Many people (like, for example, Rick DeLong, Dmitry Lytov, Sergei Ganin ) don't understand the Reinin dichotomies and therefore consider them useless. One of the reasons is that the descriptions are fuzzy...
Maybe we should try to find out what each of the Reinin dichotomies is all about, summarizing the meaning in one word...
carefree/fasighted: Worries. Do you worry a lot or not?
yielding/obstinate: Ideas. Do you often fight for your ideas or not?
static/dynamic: Interests. Are you more interested in patterns or in developments?
democratic/aristocratic: Groups. Do you identify with your nation, you race, your sports club or not?
tactical/strategic: Goals. Do you usually set clear goals or not?
emotivist/constructivist: Emotions. Do you stay in an emotional state for a long time or not?
positivist/negativist: Problems. Do you mention the negative or the positive aspects?
judicious/decisive: Life. Are you a hedonist or a careerist?
merry/serious: Atmosphere. Do you prefer a merry or a serious atmosphere?
process/result: Work. Do you work on many things at once (multitasking) or not?
asking/declaring: Conversations. Do you ask many questions or do you rather tell stories?