I am curious how you think logical vs ethical types deal differently with the people-oriented topics out there. This is about getting at the heart of logic/ethics reasoning, namely their differences.
I have a hard time accepting that logical types cannot understand people and what goes into their interactions and motivations, because this is a brand of knowledge like anything. At most they should approach it in a way different from the focus of the ethical types.
As a simple example: just because something deals with emotions and subtle questions about them, it can be tempting to peg it Fe? Why? It makes little sense to me, in the sense that I am unsure how this cannot be approached in an entirely logical/scientific way.
Thoughts? What makes the information that the ethics and logic elements process so incompatible as to create separate types?
(I have ideas on this but they don't seem to follow directly from socionics literature and I'm curious to hear others' understanding.)