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    Question Visual representations of information aspects by Anna Mitrohina

    Some visual excerpts:


    Sensory Perceptions/Volitional Sensory



    Intuition of Time/Intuition of Opportunities



    Structural Logic/Business Logic



    Ethics of Relations/Ethics of Emotions



    Rationality/Irrationality
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    Rationality:

    Rationality inherent in the discreteness of the sequence, rhythm, adherence to established norms. At the level of behavior - the pile clothing style (often shaped), a rigid plastic (right angles).

    Irrationality:

    For a typical irrational ways to respond and express themselves, follow showcases the momentum, as well as soft plastic body, malleability and flexibility of forms.
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    really cool thread. cant read any of this nor do i care to, but i like your pictures
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    these are cool, Timeless. the thread title translates "GENERAL Socionics / Anna Mitrokhin" - are these from a book, a magazine article...?

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    Interesting.

    The set, as well as Rationality and Irrationality, seem too limited.
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    is clocks and is aliens, just as I had thought.
    "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." -Roald Dahl

    http://forum.socionix.com/
    It's pretty cool

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    i'm sure there's a misunderstanding.i strongly believe that rationals tend to doodle profiles of men with elongated noses =\

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    > all the introvert ones > the rest of the extrovert ones.
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    Anyone else notice how each picture interpretation of a Perceiving function feeds into its counterpart, almost to the extent that it's hard to imagine one completely removed the other? The food banquet and the abstract painting are both giant, cluttered arrays of... errrr... things that are probably supposed to be pleasurable to whoever's taking them in... the tree has themes as well, the clocks wouldn't function as originally intended if it weren't for their ticking every second, the "cat near the fireplace" drawing looked to me like an picture of a cat giving off warmth (a double-meaning was assumed by me) as if it were the Sun...

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    Yeah yeah, anyone notice how there is the inside of a car in and the outside of a car in ? Anyone notice how there's a fluffy animal in all the delta functions only? Coincidence?

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    pretty lame
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    LOL @ = rimjob
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    i hate the Ti picture.

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    kinda neat but i think anyone here could produce the same thing.

    and yeah a clock for Ni, aliens for Ne, etc...lol.

    i leik the Pi ones most.

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    decided to waste some time today and make my own collages for functions, hope I didn't mangle my unvalued IEs too much

    if anybody else wants to try this it was actually a very fun exercise


    Se and Si




    Ni and Ne




    Fi and Fe




    Ti and Te


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    Those are cool pics suintal, though the Ni/Ne one seems sort of confusing to me. I like the Se/Si one the most.

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    hey cool siuntal yay lets do our own.

    i cant see it well right now on my phone but i think i dig the Ne ones a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woofwoofl View Post
    Anyone else notice how each picture interpretation of a Perceiving function feeds into its counterpart, almost to the extent that it's hard to imagine one completely removed the other? The food banquet and the abstract painting are both giant, cluttered arrays of... errrr... things that are probably supposed to be pleasurable to whoever's taking them in... the tree has themes as well, the clocks wouldn't function as originally intended if it weren't for their ticking every second, the "cat near the fireplace" drawing looked to me like an picture of a cat giving off warmth (a double-meaning was assumed by me) as if it were the Sun...
    IMO this is an accurate demonstration of your capacity to be full of shit. Se is a clock ticking? What the fuck?
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    Encapsulation of original pictures through words.

    Pillows
    Fireplaces
    Massages
    Migraines
    Spooning
    Banquet

    Volcanoes
    Muscles
    Tanks
    Rimjobs
    Fortresses

    Elegance
    Seasons
    The Aging Process
    Time
    Formless Material

    Spaceships
    Floating Objects
    Alice in Beach-land
    Modern Art Diarrhea
    Upside-Down Russian Doll-Lamps

    Blueprints
    Maps
    Math + Magic
    Boring Documents

    Bunnies
    Builders
    Cars
    MOAR Cars

    Reluctance
    Nostalgia
    1 Goblet drinking party
    Closeness
    Togetherness

    Sham-Wow-esque Emotions
    Sadness
    Seduction
    Glow Girl
    EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!!
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    Interesting thread. Those associations are always pretty insightful to me.

    @ siuntal:
    I like your version of Fe.
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    lmfao crispy...fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by woofwoofl View Post
    Anyone else notice how each picture interpretation of a Perceiving function feeds into its counterpart, almost to the extent that it's hard to imagine one completely removed the other? The food banquet and the abstract painting are both giant, cluttered arrays of... errrr... things that are probably supposed to be pleasurable to whoever's taking them in... the tree has themes as well, the clocks wouldn't function as originally intended if it weren't for their ticking every second, the "cat near the fireplace" drawing looked to me like an picture of a cat giving off warmth (a double-meaning was assumed by me) as if it were the Sun...
    IMO this is an accurate demonstration of your capacity to be full of shit. Se is a clock ticking? What the fuck?
    Way to completely miss the point of everything and misinterpret, intentionally or not, what I posted

    My unintentionally ambiguous sentence can read as saying that a clock's ticking is a form of , though I meant as a sort of adjective - given the tenor of this thread, this is an entire acceptable statement... though, for the same reasons that me saying that squares are rectangles does not mean that I said rectangles are squares, I never said that "Se is a clock ticking"

    Anyways, to quote your favorite site in the world:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wikisocion (with a current 93.1% approval rating from the16types)

    Extroverted sensing (Se) is an extroverted, irrational, and static information element. It is also called Se, F, volitional sensing, or black sensing.

    Se includes the ability to know how much power, force, or influence is latent or required.

    Types that value Se are much more comfortable with direct behavior aimed at making an immediate impact.
    This may at times be perceived as abrasive, particularly by types who do not value Se. There is usually a competitive edge to this style of group interaction, resulting in a more intense atmosphere than that of introverted sensing (Si)-valuing quadras. They appreciate contemplating possibilities only if they feel like they stand to gain something from it, or it has a perceived potential impact on "the real world".

    Unlike Si, which is about one's subjective sensory experience (how intense or enjoyable it is), Se is about achieving an object of desire. It gives one the ability to influence, bend, and push situations and people in order to achieve such an object, rather than to enjoy the situation one is in.
    The clock's ticking is almost exactly and precisely same, every time it ticks a second off - 86,400 times a day... a measured, controlled, precise amount of force ( themes), by which future events can be arranged with more clarity (here's the themes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by poli View Post
    Those are cool pics suintal, though the Ni/Ne one seems sort of confusing to me. I like the Se/Si one the most.
    yeah Ni/Ne were most difficult for me to illustrate, I mean how do you picture abstraction while simultaneously having it retain some semblance of form so that those viewing it can still relate to what it is? none of the pics I've looked through seemed good enough ... other difficulty is that Ni works from one's memory, the past, while Ne lifts off in the present moment and this distinction is rather challenging to capture in pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by woofwoofl View Post
    The clock's ticking is almost exactly and precisely same, every time it ticks a second off - 86,400 times a day... a measured, controlled, precise amount of force ( themes), by which future events can be arranged with more clarity (here's the themes)
    I see what you mean - it is representative of the unity of Ni and Se. I wonder what one object could represent Si & Ne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    these are cool, Timeless. the thread title translates "GENERAL Socionics / Anna Mitrokhin" - are these from a book, a magazine article...?
    It's from a book, one of many that I got actually. This book in particular is about a billion pages long and is thick as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    these are cool, Timeless. the thread title translates "GENERAL Socionics / Anna Mitrokhin" - are these from a book, a magazine article...?
    It's from a book, one of many that I got actually. This book in particular is about a billion pages long and is thick as hell.
    Good thing its visual ideology repeats all the usual stereotypes or we'd be lost.

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    How is you translatin to read it? Online book?
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    Lame.
    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
    i hate the Ti picture.
    I hate both Ne and Si pictures, but especially the "Ne" upside-down, inside-out, "because I can" gibberish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispy View Post
    How is you translatin to read it? Online book?
    The pictures don't need translation.
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    The remaining 500 pages are also on the price tag. If it's an e-book it prolly has really good info that can be translated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispy View Post
    The remaining 500 pages are also on the price tag. If it's an e-book it prolly has really good info that can be translated.
    Sadly it's not an eBook, but this is what I got...



    They're hardcovers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    They're hardcovers.
    Nice. Please do send me all the filatova portraits

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    Is it easy to order the russian books online? If so, are rubles to dollar calculations on google accurate?

    The filatova book seems exceptionally useful even without knowing russian.
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    this one made me think of Ni



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    representations for Ti:





    Fi:


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    Quote Originally Posted by yeves View Post


    Fi:


    WISHFUL.THINKING.



    cool thread
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    Se:

    jN0RZF1.jpg

    YU1KhXA.jpg

    NdONH3m.jpg

    I should have maybe sent the link to the images, they are not really big right here. Here are the link to the images if you want a better resolution since I think Se is about seeing and wanting:

    http://imgur.com/a/fZhKo

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaBallsUSA View Post
    Se:

    jN0RZF1.jpg

    YU1KhXA.jpg

    NdONH3m.jpg

    I should have maybe sent the link to the images, they are not really big right here. Here are the link to the images if you want a better resolution since I think Se is about seeing and wanting:

    http://imgur.com/a/fZhKo
    Se is responsible for the perception, defense, and acquisition of space, territory, and control. It observes outward appearances, estimates whether forces are in alignment or conflict, and uses strength of will and power-based methods to achieve purposes. Se understands territory and physical aggression. It is also the function of contact and apprehension of qualia.
    outward traits of objects: form, shape, strength, power, readiness, willpower, mobilization, the location of objects in space

    hmmm idk why i dont see :se: in these pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss BabyDoll View Post
    Se is responsible for the perception, defense, and acquisition of space, territory, and control. It observes outward appearances, estimates whether forces are in alignment or conflict, and uses strength of will and power-based methods to achieve purposes. Se understands territory and physical aggression. It is also the function of contact and apprehension of qualia.
    outward traits of objects: form, shape, strength, power, readiness, willpower, mobilization, the location of objects in space

    hmmm idk why i dont see :se: in these pics!
    Perfect. Enlighten me. I want to know what it might be represented by.

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