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    Default Creating functions supervise accepting functions of inversed sign

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    This is how supervision should be understood when it is assumed that Gulenko's interpretation of the + and - sign is the correct one.

    Another implication: supervision and conflict are not nearly as much alike as it would ordinarily be assumed to be. Under conflict, both functions are both inversed in internal/external (eg. thinking meets feeling, intuition meets sensation) AND of signs inverse to what is valued.

    More: the quasi identical relation is a relation of mutual supervision from the reversed ID block under this interpretation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
    See thread title.

    This is how supervision should be understood when it is assumed that Gulenko's interpretation of the + and - sign is the correct one.

    Another implication: supervision and conflict are not nearly as much alike as it would ordinarily be assumed to be. Under conflict, both functions are both inversed in internal/external (eg. thinking meets feeling, intuition meets sensation) AND of signs inverse to what is valued.

    More: the quasi identical relation is a relation of mutual supervision from the reversed ID block under this interpretation.
    My attempt at translation:
    1. With +/-, we could map the base functions onto the types 1-to-1.
    2. Hence, a person's creative function maps to one's mirror type.
    3. Hence, since one's mirror type supervise's one's comparative type, one could *say* that one's creative function "supervises" one's comparative type's base function, which is the same as one's own base function with a different +/- sign.

    Still not sure of the implications. It seems all this is saying is that the mirror types of comparative types supervise each other. Comparative types are known to be sort of like relations of mutual supervision.

    Perhaps you can show an example of how this applies to quasi-identity?

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