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    Default Splitting quadras

    According to subtype theories, I say there are 8 quadras: for instance, the dominant alpha quadra (lazy quadra) and the alpha quadra (moody quadra).
    I'll call the Beta quadra the aggressive quadra and the beta quadra the rigid quadra. No idea about the serious ones...
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    This idea has been done and redone. Ashton actually went far enough to try and coin the idea "model X" in some lame attempt to establish himself as an authority on the issue.
    For what it's worth, the idea holds merit, to the extent the simple subtype theory holds merit.

    im461321, could you explain what you mean by the above notations?
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    in particular, what does (TeNi) mean compared to (Te)Ni
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    Nevermind, I know what you're trying to say now. It is already covered in dual type theory. That is why I was asking you
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    in dual type theory the actualization of the dual type relative to the I.M. type signifies, vaguely, the balance of the I.M. functions which you are eluding to
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