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    If you were to give Hasidic Judaism (and Orthodox Judaism in general) a socionics type, what type would it be?

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    Is there any point to doing VI on a belief system?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Brilliand View Post
    Is there any point to doing VI on a belief system?
    Not really, but I thought it would be fun. I have seen nations and organizations assigned socionics types, so why not Hasidic Judaism?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
    The culture of Abrahamic religions in general tends towards beta, imo...

    aristocracy>democracy (the chosen people, etc.)

    > (circumcision- I can't imagine a type coming up with that one; god and smiting people he dislikes; "thy god is a jealous god", etc.)

    > (The Apocalypse and other eschatological details as well as the prophets of Israel)

    + bw (heavy emphasis on establishing very strict systems of belief regarding common everyday practices)

    + (organized religion in general, is also strong on -)

    so... ISTj possibly? Whereas Arabs have ENFj as a national character, and there's still conflict in the middle east... go figure.
    I'm not so sure about / > /, though. Hasidic Jews are usually very passive people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
    The culture of Abrahamic religions in general tends towards beta, imo...

    aristocracy>democracy (the chosen people, etc.)

    > (circumcision- I can't imagine a type coming up with that one; god and smiting people he dislikes; "thy god is a jealous god", etc.)

    > (The Apocalypse and other eschatological details as well as the prophets of Israel)

    + bw (heavy emphasis on establishing very strict systems of belief regarding common everyday practices)

    + (organized religion in general, is also strong on -)

    so... ISTj possibly? Whereas Arabs have ENFj as a national character, and there's still conflict in the middle east... go figure.
    A shallow look at Jewish culture would probably lead one to such a conclusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
    Assigning a specific type to a whole culture is shallow to begin with. I was only indulging.
    True.
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