Here's an example for you all at:
Mr. rmcnew is stating the following:
This is concerning the belief that if a person is confused between a logical and ethical function, they are a P type ... and if confused between a sensory and intuitive function, a J type. I noticed that this view seems to be supported in mainstream socionics theory, but I know some who do not follow it.
For example: I know people who think they are certain type and know they are confused between either a logical/ethical function or sensory/intuitive function, yet they will intentionally choose oppositelly to this theory...
It may be supported in mainstream socionics theory, but it originated with Carl Jung.
But that's not a large enough error to concern myself with. His more grievous error occurs when he writes:
For example: I know people who...
Jung's theory isn't about the people you know, it's about the natural inclination of perceiving and judging when making type calls.