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Old 31/03/2006, 10:50 PM
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SG can you provide a definable description for
for each of the terms?

homoverted
symmetrical
rhythmical
heteroverted
asymmetrical
arrhythmical
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Old 31/03/2006, 11:57 PM
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Well...

Homoverted - I and I or E and E
Heteroverted - I and E
Symmetrical - all except Supervision and Benefit
Asymmetrical - Benefit and Supervision
Rhythmical - J and J or P and P
Arrhythmical - J and P
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Old 01/04/2006, 12:31 AM
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so is this standard socionics lingo? or are they your own terms?
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Old 01/04/2006, 09:24 AM
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Old 01/04/2006, 10:46 AM
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ugh god. mr. algorithm, mr. non-elaboration.
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Old 01/04/2006, 06:36 PM
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I've seen these terms on a few obscure socionics sites.

By the way, are there any articles on socionics that are published in peer-reviewed journals? I have searched databases here at my university but I have been unable to come up with anything. I have an inkling that there is stuff in Russian journals, but I don't know russian and don't plan on learning it. I have found several interesting articles on Russian websites (e.g. socionico.net or whatever that is) that were translated into English that delved into the nuances of certain theoretical aspects of socionics, but I have been unable to find much more than that.
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Old 01/04/2006, 07:18 PM
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The Socionics stuff in some Russian journals often looks like an idea or a theory rather than properly researched and valid proposition and so it gets treated as such. Just to let you know not to take it literally if you could get hold of a translation.
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Old 01/04/2006, 09:36 PM
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I see! You actually think that because I can read Russian I have access to all this "mystery" info and that is where I get all my knowledge from, correct?
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Old 01/04/2006, 11:42 PM
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Well, maybe from your angle that's a little true.

I am just curious as how you see Socionics. Where do the "goods" end, from your perspective?

You seem like an experienced person. You have been interested in Socionics longer than (if i am not wrong) anyone on this forum. You have undoubtedly developed your own construct which contains everything that "works" through practice for you.

So whether you see it or not you yourself are are warehouse for mystery info- a unique little package of experiences.

You use the model-x, and also have a collection of terms which all appear to me to be on the "cutting edge" in terms of practicality. These terms and models aren't common so I wonder who & what your primary influences are.

And every time I have asked you this sort of thing you have avoided giving me a direct answer (So it seems to me). You avoid elaboration also. If it doesn't seem that way to you I assume it is due to a combination of cultural and type differences.
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Old 02/04/2006, 09:34 AM
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so what makes you believe in any of it, SG?

I'm not trying to be an ass, I just like to give you a hard time. Plus I would just like to know what part of all of it is is that you hold on to.
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Old 02/04/2006, 12:02 PM
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Quote:
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so I wonder who & what your primary influences are.
Jimi Hendrix...
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Old 02/04/2006, 06:26 PM
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