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Thread: Quadra Descriptions

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    A deeper and more inaccurate perception of quadras. Which one do you affiliate with the most or at all or all of them?

    Alpha: Life's pleasures and niceties will be experienced and relayed to the general audience. In order to allow this to progress, ideas will be implemented and accepted to expand this to greater lengths and opportunities. Life is basically seen as a means to discover the positives and propel those attributes to expansion. Past mistakes will be used as a basis in order to improve attitude. Hidden potentials and past occurences would be tapped and resurfaced in order to enable a greater understanding of the environment.

    Beta: Goals will be achieved by any means necessary. If consequences arise, then they are merely obstacles that would be overcome with time in order to accomplish the task. In order to succeed at any cost, a domineering or a manipulative demeanor can be used. However, this is not seen as negative because the premise and objective is positive and it is necessary for the greater good. Catastrophes are necessary risks that can surmise, however this attitude also results in dramatic discoveries and accomplishments.

    Gamma: To ensure a stable proper society that implements what is practical. It seeks to prohibit catastrophe from extremes that could deter society's stability in a whole. It would only acknowledge acceptance or with a fool proof system and embrace it thoroughly to completion. Everyone seeks collaboration in order to create a non-turbulent environment. Goods will be shared and acquired using these mechanisms and it will result in fulfilling needs and wants. Risks and partnerships will be undertaken in order to ensure that goals will be achieved.

    Delta: To develop society and the functioning of the economy. This is practiced through the development of tools in order to increase production. Systems are created based on necessary rules in order to stimulate the economy. Radical ideas are presented and refined to be put into practice to further increase production. The morals of delta is to aid others when they require it in order to enable them to recuperate. If someone is in major trouble, they will be saved unconditionally.
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    IEI subtype

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    I kinda identify with beta and delta, but not gamma.
    I didn't read them word to word, but that's what I thought.
    EIE, ENFj, intuitive subtype.
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    These descriptions are pretty bad. I found Smilingeyes' quadra descriptions more informative if you can find them.
    "Nothing happens until the pain of staying the same outweighs the pain of change."

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    Yeah, one of the common problems with quadra descriptions is that they sound like just one or two of the types in that quadra, completely neglecting the rest of that quadra's types, and hence missing whatever opportunity there is to find meaningful similarities.

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    If you are interested in quadras why not to join discussion of quadras in the topic "Ti -social function" where we have started to talk about them and discuss artciles recommended by Rick (in the artciles section). The article by Gulenko is quite big but very interesting. Another one about the laaw of changing quadras is crap but I have to look into translation first if it is fine in English (also in the article section).
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    Alpha is muddled and has a bit of in it, Beta is only partially accurate (and what is that crap about "greater good"?), Gamma is too risk-adverse and socialistic, Delta has a bit about "radical ideas" which is odd.
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