Socionic aspects (information elements) for each Enneagram type
Sense of creativity, in order to make something that would be perceived as "cool" and "bold"
Clever lying (if unhealthy), or seducing others by being straightforward and authentic
Achievement, sense of self-image
Assessing motives to know who the individual should relate to
Sense of seeking opportunities in order to improve self-image
Sense of efficiency, of doing things that work
Agreeableness, in order to be commercial, sense of seeking quality
Friendliness, seeking to be popular and admired
Imposing own laws or system's laws, or creating them ; detecting lies ; seeking to be noticed ; autocracy
Seeking physical power, intimidating others, seeking strength in self and others, or vulnerabilising others in order to control them ; seeking impact
Assessing motives, and finding what others deserves objectively ; loving others very passionately (intimate variant)
Drive, efficiency, sense of directing others to accomplish things
Sense of survival, of pleasure ; moodiness ; playing bad dude/girl
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This is interesting. It also shows how some functions are more evident in the individual than others e.g. Ni in the Eight. It's unlikely that that would be the Eight's base function, but it's still evident how it could be a function in the Eight, be it creative or demonstrative or something else.
For the Eight's Ne, read up about the Eight on the Enneagram Institute website. There's a quote from Jung (yes, I know, Jung) about Ne in the Eight, and it hardly contradicts Ne in socionics. Phaedrus would say "of course it doesn't - they are the same thing" to something like this, but for anyone else, read it, and see what I mean.
TWO (the coolest Etype)
having esteem for the most tough-minded people, but wanting to manipulate them, as some kind of "challenge"
possessiveness, wanting to control others, especially the beloved one (SEE, ESI)
having good motives, and manifesting love as motives
romantic imagery, idealism
being a "super mummy" (I think E2 is compatible with LSE)
being physically agreeable to others (not necessarily sexually)
emotional manifestations, emotional control, empathy, manipulation, friendliness
intellectual independence, seeking power by knowing more than others
rigidity, wanting to have a clear and consistent thinking process ; thinking like a classical philosopher ; complex reasoning
having some "distant" willpower, but usually no more than necessary
trying to know what's "good" or "bad"
understanding hidden interactions of the world
understanding of technology, of algorithms, of mathematics ; sense of being a "directive expert"
being very agreeable to others
anger at problems, sense of being socially expressive and playful, as a way to have impact (especially Intimate variant)
acting rednecky, recklessness, sense of extravagance, straightforwardness (SEI) ; seeking pressure, seeking pain, having esteem for strong people (IEI, ILI)
imagination, dreaminess, romantic imagery, idealism
moodiness, playing bad dude/girl, seeking pleasure
sense of emotional expression, even if it usually lacks drive ; trying to act dramatic (especially Intimate)
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