Am I imagining things? Is there something different about socionics in Europe as opposed to North America?
I sometimes see elements combined around here (Canada) in weird ways, by socionics standards:
- "Business systems."
- "Organizational hierarchies."
- "This house needs more structure - so we can be more productive, efficient, and effective!"
- "Business solutions."
- A filing "system."
- "Systems science" (e.g, engineering systems).
( + ?)
Elements of logical structure sometimes deal more with building things and businesses than theory, and I wonder if this is different in Eastern Europe.
- "Dude, go F**CK yourself! hahaha. lol."
- "Woah man, chill out. It's p-a-t-h-e-t-i-c that you are this sad."
- "I was hanging out, so relaxed, and then I saw her t*ts."
- I even have a friend who spends a lot of time at bars. I see him wearing gawdy night club clothing one night, then, a t-shirt that says "Mr. Lazy" another. (And he is a very laid-back guy.)
If you compare this with words:
- "Are you sh*tting me?"
- "Stand up for yourself - beetch!"
- "I'm getting laid tonight, f**ggots..."
then perhaps a lot of vocabulary is being combined with vocabulary.
Do you think that maybe Ethical and sensing types become more -valuing here? Perhaps more in bigger cities as well...
Just a theory, but worth wondering about...