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Socionics quadra descriptions

Venus Rose

New member
Joined
Jul 8, 2016
Messages
325
MBTI Type
INFP
Enneagram
4w5
Instinctual Variant
sx/so
I just really liked these so I wanted to share them:

Delta


Beta


Alpha


Gamma


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Tomb1

Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2011
Messages
831
Quadra values is a concept completely debunked/demolished by Stackemup Typology (Socionics Side)...I call it the quadra values mythology.

The Quadra values mythology came out of a one typology closed universe mindset which resulted in a blindspot to enneagram triads. Alpha was conflated to the 2-7-9 Positive Reframer Triad, Beta was conflated to the 4-6-8 Reactive Triad, Delta was conflated to the 1-2-6 compliant triad and Gamma was conflated to the 1-3-5 Competency Triad. Reactive triaders ended up getting pigeonholed as Betas (or sometimes Delta) if they showed up to a socionics forum….Positive Reframers ended up pigeonholed as Alpha...etc. Now that Stackemup Typology founded logically/structurally/conceptually flawless breakdowns for both enneagram and socionics that can be forged together without resulting in the impossible combinations....it's obvious that ILEs stand in the Reactive Triad, Competency Types in Beta, Compliant types in Gamma, on and on and on. The quadra values mythology looks good on paper but doesn't work in reality.
 

Boogie man

Da Voodoo
Joined
Mar 19, 2014
Messages
145
MBTI Type
TiSe
Enneagram
9
The word "flawless" is rapidly losing its meaning. :doh:
 
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