I feel that based on the few posts I've seen Viktor write, he just seems like a try-hard when it comes to thinking outside the box. Ultimately, typology is no different than any other standard or measurement we use to understand, contrast and compare other people. The labels are ultimately no different than saying that man is white, that man is black and that man is Carribean. They simply describe certain observable traits but it is ultimately up to us to decide how we use these descriptors (labels etc.). A person could know zero about typology but be an incredible misogynist at work because he thinks women are of lesser worth, just like someone who has taken an online MBTI test has gotten the impression that sensors are more stupid than intuitives. The answer is thus simple - labels, and we all operate with them even outside typology, help us categorize people around us but the value we attach to those categorizations depends on the person. The value is not universal.