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Question #1122150578Saturday, 23-Jul-2005
Category: Models Functions Subtypes
On some other socionic sites they discuss subtypes. Will you discuss them in the future? Will you produce any publications in English? Finally I want to thank you for producing such and interesting and informative site. I really enjoy it. -- Anonymous
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A1 Normally people turn to subtypes because they are having difficulties finding a match in the type descriptions. But there is actually something, you should know about subtypes. Although there are two main functions, a dominant function and an auxiliary, a person can sometimes prefer one function better then the other. So sometimes it is the dominant over the auxiliary, sometimes it is the auxiliary over the dominant. If an ENFp prefers Intuition over Feeling then they are Intuitive subtype, if an ESTj prefers Sensing over Thinking, they are Sensing subtype. Sometimes this preference is quite balanced, so it is not possible to tell which subtype a person is. So the most recognisable types are normally the ones with the preference for the dominant function. For the second part of the question: A good publication requires some time. Yes, there are plans for a publication in English, however it might not happen for quite a while. -- Admin
A2 november 2, 2009. can't wait! -- Anonymous
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