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    Default The Wheel of Kalinauskas

    http://www.socionics.com/advan/wheel.html#f3

    ooh, a new model A diagram thingy.
    Go have a look
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    I think it's too closed-minded.
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    What exactly is the point of it?
    I've looked at it a few times, and it didn't really answer anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraus
    What exactly is the point of it?
    I've looked at it a few times, and it didn't really answer anything.
    It explains how you fulfil your hidden agenda I think
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    I dont think it explains a lot, but i do think when you put your type in, the bit of text for each function

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    In a nutshell: Plus motives, what you want your world to be like, the desires.
    This unconscious function is stimulated by interaction with the following types: , , , , when they make full use of their , which would result in pleasing and delightful time-outs.
    is a nice brief overview of that intertype relation.
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    It's useless
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    Edited for gayness.
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    The Wheel of Kalinauskas is an archaic and primitive (often even incorrect) interpretation of the Model A. It is almost extinct among Russian socionists, but I see that Sergei Ganin from www.socionics.com wants to sell this unsalable stock in the West. Good luck, Mr. Ganin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmitri Lytov
    The Wheel of Kalinauskas is an archaic and primitive (often even incorrect) interpretation of the Model A. It is almost extinct among Russian socionists, but I see that Sergei Ganin from www.socionics.com wants to sell this unsalable stock in the West. Good luck, Mr. Ganin!
    Mr. Lytov, do you have something you would like to offer instead. Id be eager to see it.

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    All these diagrams confuse the hell out of me. The Model A one is the least confusing.
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    Mr. Lytov, do you have something you would like to offer instead. Id be eager to see it.
    The Model A, of course.
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    A lot of my best friends have been either dominant or dominant. I can't see how one or the other would be negative or drive me away. In Model of course, the 7th and 8th functions aren't negative at all. I'm sure I use both and and I find both and fascinating if they're connected with some sort of recreational activity.

    So, this whole idea of some functions being "bad" just doesn't make sense to me. Certain behaviors such as bossiness, closemindedness, nagginess (if that's a word) and unfriendliness bother me. But to label functions themselves as bad is like declaring part of your own mind to be off limits....doesn't make much sense to me.

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