What are your thoughts about the following:
In a nutshell, couldn't D and N represent a certain type of order seeking in the outer world? Something akin to the Myers Briggs' J (note the capital J, not the lowercase j that signifies rationality).
Likewise, couldn't C and H represent a certain need for freedom seeking in the outer world? More akin to the Myers Briggs' P (again, not p that would signify irrationality)?
In other words, the 'initiating/terminating' dichotomy that Gulenko mentions in his articles may be another wording of the Myers Briggs P/J dichotomy (respectively).
To me, Socionics itself (not DCNH) might not dictate one's tendencies for organizational order or chaos. However, I wonder if this is perfectly represented within DCNH and correlates very well with the type of thing that the MBTI is all about (i.e., this concept of seeking order or freedom in the outer world).
I think that this also affects one's general flexibility/adaptability to new things versus a need to keep things relatively controlled and structured (in a way that an outsider could easily notice these characteristics).
Does this correlation make sense to you overall, or is it based on false logical/theoretical premises?