Socionics is simply an illusionary system of the tale chasing its tale. It's innately confusing (but also interesting) because of this truism:
You can make everything in the world mean whatever you want it to mean, internally, and STILL have it make sense and not contradict objective "scientific" reality. Because the facts don't change. So you can line the world up in your head where things fit and still get along in the world just fine.
It might seem like you have something understood or figured out in the framework of socionics, but all you're really doing is applying meaning to something, subjective interference- that doesn't really do anything to change the real, outside world because well. It's not real, not in that way at least. It's incorporeal. It's just your impression and you can call it or feel about it any way you wish, it still won't change anything or get anyone to 'do' anything. Does this mean objective reality is 'better' than subjective reality? No, of course not.
It means what all the spiritual masters, gurus, and teachers have been trying to tell people since time immemorial. That subject and object are one. "As is above, so is below." "Wholeness." "You are not your mind." "What you do to others, you do to yourself." So socionics goes from this roundabout thing in your brain, to something that simply neutralizes you. It puts you to sleep, so you can wake up from the world of Maya (Illusion) and see things as they really are.
Socionics itself goes nowhere, but it is yet another psychological platform that can assist you to wake up from ego dream-sleep. And I just proved my own point. I just pulled that out of my ass. But it's still *true.* It still can be true, if you let it. Internal impressions do not contradict external reality because ITS ALL ONE.
Here Endeth the lesson. Socionics isn't real, but it is. And that is not a contradiction.