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Question #1121589880Sunday, 17-Jul-2005
Category: Models Theory Functions
Can you elaborate on models K and X? What exactly do the positions represent? Are there any more models that I should be aware of (besides A)? Thanks. -- ptl
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A1 Could be more, but it looks like shorthand to me. It has the weak "Super-Id" functions and the strong "Ego" functions represented. There you also have the entire quadra's shorthand symbols represented. Sergei, correct me if I am wrong, but the double line implies strength, correct? When you assemble an entire quadra together each function is represented at maximum strength. Just makes things easier to handle. Could be more, but I think that it's just a matter of practicality. -- Steve, ENTp
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A2 I also want to add a little bit more to my previous answer. Although the Model-X assembles the complete quadra, it does much more than this. The model of each type fits together like a framework, assembling a complete Socion. All you do is connect like functions together. So it is a matter of practicality, yes, but it goes beyond an entire quadra and includes an entire socion. Each type serves as a block. Go and try it, it works. It is a good way to see the elementary symmetry of Socionics -- Steve, ENTp
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