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    Quote Originally Posted by calb View Post
    Looking at things differently, adding possibilities.
    Where did I add possibilities?

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Where did I add possibilities?
    Here, is what I thought I saw.

    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Can you for one second step outside this extremely narrow framework of 8 functions and consider that Ne in one system is something else in another system but this something else is not described by any of the 8 functions but by something else entirely?

    Or say something less extreme, example, socionics Ne could be partially described by the MBTI Ne and partially by something else.

    Do you never ever feel it's such a narrow limiting framework trying to stick to whatever 8 functions all the time? Open your mind to more psychology! More science! (I'm not being sarcastic, honestly.)
    Perhaps Ne-Dom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calb View Post
    Here, is what I thought I saw.

    (...)

    Perhaps Ne-Dom?
    I actually arrived at that viewpoint using experience and logic but yes it's a pretty Ne-ish thought heh. There's a lot of stuff about Ne-doms I don't relate to, though. Anyway thanks for the opinion

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    I used to not relate to gamma that much, but then when I did my research I realized that there wasn't really any other quadra that I relate to, and that when I "act" like another quadra it's just me trying to go with the flow in social situations. But that isn't necessarily me. Yay for strong, unvalued Fe.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    I more or less fit the Gamma profile perfectly though there are some caveats...

    Te blocked with Ni

    Gamma types take a longer-term view regarding efficiency and profitability, giving lower priority to the short term. Likewise, they tend to aim at the broader benefits of decisions, rather than only at those affecting themselves, giving them an inclination for self-sacrifice.
    True that, except for the self-sacrificing part. I am the complete opposite of self-sacrificing. If anything, I use my ability to take a longer-term view/broader-perspective on decisions to further benefit myself (eg. to maximize my long term profit)...

    Gamma types like to talk about where present trends are leading in terms of potentially profitable events and undertakings.
    Gamma types tend to give more value to ideas and concepts that are firmly connected to factual information.
    True that...True that...

    Fi blocked with Se

    Gamma types take a hard-line approach regarding ethical principles and the punishment, even revenge, on those who break them.
    Hmhm...I take a hard-line approach/may enact revenge on certain issues that affect me, but it's never really about "ethical principles"...I'm actually quite oblivious about the "ethical" aspect of Fi...I mostly use Fi to keep in touch with my desires/needs/wants/what I deem important, not ethics...don't really care much about ethics...

    Gamma types place high value on personal loyalty, once they feel a close relationship has been established.
    Mostly when it comes to loyalty to me.

    Gamma types like to discuss personal relationships in a realistic manner and are skeptical that "jerks" can ever become "nice people", for instance.
    True that....

    Fe blocked with Si

    Gamma types don't tend to form or maintain groups based on fun, emotional interaction, but only take groups seriously that perform some common productive activity or discuss serious topics.
    Gamma types reject the idea that it's best to avoid confrontations so as not to spoil the mood of those present, they prefer directness in settling or at least discussing disagreements.
    Gamma types have difficulty relating to emotional atmospheres connected to "special dates" such as public holidays.
    True that. True that. True that.

    Ti blocked with Ne

    Gamma types do not see much point in deeply analyzing ideas that they see as having little practical application or connection to reality.
    Gamma types are more inclined to speculate and discuss possible developments of present circumstances, or how these came about, than to speculate or analyze alternative scenarios or possibilities
    True that True that

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    In terms of Quadra, I'm definitely Gamma (possibly minus the exclusiveness but then again, I only tend to include people if I find them potentially interesting, lol). I am currently vacillating between INTJ and ENTP, so that can be an indicator.

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    I don't really get why quadras are so important; I've met a typist who used them almost as a sole barometer. Plenty of what they say seems to be culturally influenced, even moreso than actual JCF.

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    Delta (irrational)

    Weirdos, easy going, non-aggressive, respectful, peripheral conversations, witty jokes and memes, routines for trying new things

    There also tend to be alphas thrown in the mix

    Quote Originally Posted by Elocute View Post
    I don't really get why quadras are so important; I've met a typist who used them almost as a sole barometer. Plenty of what they say seems to be culturally influenced, even moreso than actual JCF.
    Valued functions and rationality is where compatibility comes in, as far as Jungian type is concerned. Obviously, how a given quadra behavies is just cultural, but the formation of such groups, or a tendency thereto, goes beyond any culture.

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    Ignoring quadra descriptions, I strongly identify with the LII Intuitive (Ne) subtype.

    As for the Alpha quadra..
    Quote Originally Posted by Fe with Si
    Alpha types are inclined to discuss stories told in detail and according to the sequence in which events happened, rather than "jump to the point" quickly.
    This is actually a major point of contention between my mom and me. She loves to tell looooooong detailed background stories (with lots of mundane tangents) before getting to the point, and this irritates (and bores) me immensely. Though this could be due to the topic (gossip). I can't understand or see the value of the pile of details she's telling me until I know what/why she's telling me this, and often times it ends up that most of what she told me were red herrings anyways! While I will go back over a sequence of events, I tend to start the conversation with the main point and double back only as to provide clarification and context.

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    I got the Alpha result (ESE, Fe-Si combination)

    Socionics Quadras: Alpha

    It does sound like me

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