View Poll Results: Which nominees are not good representatives of the LIE type?

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  • Bill Gates

    4 25.00%
  • Montgomery Burns

    8 50.00%
  • Vin Diesel

    7 43.75%
  • T. E. Lawrence

    7 43.75%
  • Denzel Washington

    6 37.50%
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy

    11 68.75%
  • Emperor Palpatine

    9 56.25%
  • Princess Leia

    11 68.75%
  • Michelle Obama

    12 75.00%
  • Barack Obama

    10 62.50%
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Thread: New Type Reps for LIE -- Round 1

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    Default New Type Reps. for LIE -- Round 1

    If you've not done so, please read this thread first.

    In this poll, please select all the nominees that you think are not fit to represent the LIE type. This would include nominees that you don't think are LIE, as well as nominees that you agree are LIE, but you don't think are good representatives of the type for one reason or another.
    Quaero Veritas.

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    What do these signs mean—, , etc.? Why cannot socionists use symbols Ne, Ni etc. as in MBTI? Just because they have somewhat different meaning. Socionics and MBTI, each in its own way, have slightly modified the original Jung's description of his 8 psychological types. For this reason, (Ne) is not exactly the same as Ne in MBTI.

    Just one example: in MBTI, Se (extraverted sensing) is associated with life pleasures, excitement etc. By contrast, the socionic function (extraverted sensing) is first and foremost associated with control and expansion of personal space (which sometimes can manifest in excessive aagression, but often also manifests in a capability of managing lots of people and things).

    For this reason, we consider comparison between MBTI types and socionic types by functions to be rather useless than useful.

    -Victor Gulenko, Dmitri Lytov

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