My Take on Socionics Preferences
The purpose of this article is to describe my understanding of the concepts behind the terms feeling or ethical (F or E), thinking or logical (T or L), sensing (S), and intuitive (N or I) as employed in type classifications. In Socionics theory, they have different implications than their dictionary meanings indicate. ...
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|C1 Very well written, I've often thought about the parallels between S and T, and N and F. Your description of STs and NFs with use of these parallels was very accurate. It was neat seeing something my mind was toying with being clearly stated and expressed in writing. How long did it take you to write this article? -- doctorjuice|
|C2 C1, less than one day because in my terse nature, I suddenly decided to get it out after thinking about it for months. As an INTj, I seem to have no problem with concepts and grammatical structure but I really should take more time to iron out the details, spelling and grammar -- I/O|
|C3 Assuming that S plus N equals the whole input perspective and F plus T equals the whole output process perspective, a pair (or a team) would be in a position of strength for dealing with life's complexities when there are no net preferences within the group, all S-bias being counterbalanced by N and F balancing T. Note that there are temperament characteristics that also have to be considered for a complete picture of group dynamics. -- I/O|
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