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    Sociotypograph — determine your (or anyone else’s) sociotype by selecting 3-4 Reinin traits

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    I've been waiting for this. Now I can check my Reinin everywhere I go.

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    I think this is an insightful test. I don't agree with the concept of the test or of reinin dichotomies, yet believe it would yield good results based on the correlations it's measured. So fundamentally it's a puzzling ongoing debate.

    Anyway, based on the test I get Alpha Introvert (ISFp and INTj) and to a lesser extent, Delta Introvert. Based on these descriptions here I identify quite well with INFj, however, aside from anything purely Reinin, I have strong reasons for assuming I'm INFj and don't rely much on this area of the theory.

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    You got alpha as well? No wonder.

    Seems like I'm the only Te/Fi person around here.

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    Everything will be ok, we'll see each other in heaven.

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    I see some jung dichotomies in there.
    A problem with positive/negative: clouds are good. I'd think: "There aren't enough clouds in the sky."
    About process/results: I seem to sit and do a single project for hours, but mentally I've divided it into sections. I feel a little more productive every time I finish a section.
    For subjective/objective, if someone I consider an idiot says something that seems obvious, I probably won't believe it. If someone I consider intelligent says something I don't understand, I'll probably believe it. But if I don't know a person yet, I compare what they say to what I know is true. If it doesn't match up, I can ignore them forever.
    I also chose the wrong answer on asking/declaring, tactical/strategic, constructive/emotive, yielding/obstinate, subjective/objective.

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    Introverted, obstinate, decisive, negative, logical. Balzac.

    Basically I'm a pain in the ass.

    I know nothing about Reinin, but I think the test is nicely structured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Everything will be ok, we'll see each other in heaven.
    I will be there, waiting, for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    Basically I'm a pain in the ass.
    Hmm, I happen to know a good way to actually make use of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    Hmm, I happen to know a good way to actually make use of it.
    Does it involve communion and a hedgehog? If so I'm out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    Does it involve communion and a hedgehog? If so I'm out.
    Not at all. Some people even though testifying in court do not go out of their way to swear on on something that contradicts their faith, but still do it. I was thinking about something more subtle and covert.

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    introvert, ethical, constructive, rational, result-oriented, yielding, carefree, objective, democratic.

    I got Dreiser.

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    I got psychopath, Tackk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Director Abbie View Post
    A problem with positive/negative: clouds are good. I'd think: "There aren't enough clouds in the sky."
    Funny. Seems to depend on where you're from. I think the original text was written in Russia, and clouds are rarely welcome there.
    Sociotypograph — determine your (or anyone else’s) sociotype by selecting 3-4 Reinin traits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikhail Zhilkin View Post
    Funny. Seems to depend on where you're from.
    It mostly depends on your skin type.
    „Man can do what he wants but he cannot want what he wants.“
    – Arthur Schopenhauer

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    How do you not welcome clouds? They're the best thing since, well... rain.

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