I think hitta sort of epitomizes the uncertainty and system-orientation of this type (due to being INTj), as well as the validation-seeking, which is enhanced by the so instinct. He seems to place great emphasis on finding that one answer, a system that will show him the light. Granted, all people are guilty of the silver bullet trap at one point or another; but all of his intellectual pursuits seem to revolve around it. Behind all of his philosophical meandering in stickam and dogmatic claims about particular ideological systems, lies, in my opinion, a strong search for security, some guidance to give him comfort and allay his fears. However, I believe he is more counter-phobic, which produces a "moving against" attitude, in regards to the aformentioned things. Not only is this blatantly evident in his superfluous self-expression regarding his opinions of the US government and any other institution (which, for the most part, are facile and ego-driven), but this also manifests in his general "independent thinker attitude. The counter-phobic 6 projects their fears outward behind a facade of independence and toughness; this gives others and themselves the illusion of not needing support, but in reality, they are direly seeking it. This is precisely what I see going on with hitta. I think compliant social style makes a helluvah lot more sense than withdrawn; just observe the way he interacts in stickam for 5 minutes and you will see what I am talking about. Also, the way compliant manifests in the 6 is a subtle feeling of superiority to others and an inclination to rely on supporters for social positioning. This has been evidenced in hitta's frequent tendency to say stuff like, "there are a lot of college professors who would disagree with you," or, "every enneagram author I've read would say you're wrong" in arguments, as if by allying himself with the experts he is solidifying his position on the issue. Reactive harmonic style is a fucking given IMO lol. Attachment object relations also seems clear. I have read his older posts (before he found gulenko) and they had a generally amiable and unassuming tone to them. Yet after he found his system to attach to, his posts took on a more confident, almost aggressive quality, which was completely unwarranted, but obviously derived from his newfound feeling of security.
As for instinct, I think so/sp works best. He doesn't seem to have the penchant for intensity in communication or experiences that sx primary or secondary people do. Statements like "I would never put myself in any kind of danger" not only reflect Se polr in a humorous way, but convey a complete risk-averse attitude. This is something that is highly uncommon in sx's, regardless of ego block functions. Additionally, he seems to care greatly about what others think of him. I remember one time when people linked a picture of some gaybeard guy and compared it to hitta; he basically spent 15 minutes defending himself against us and expended an inordinate amount of energy on something that was completely jocular and innocuous. This reflects the so 6 attitude imo: the need for external approval and validation (so) as a derivative of needing to feel secure with one's position in reality, minimizing threats, etc. (6).
That is why you're a cp6w5 so/sp, hitta. Don't bother trying to contradict it.