I wanted to post these questions a while back, but didn't for whatever reason. Similar questions have been asked and answered many times, but I don't think this fits with any existing thread.
What are some common interpretations of Socionic theory?
Obviously, each person has their own view, but what are some of the larger and more permeating divisions among "Socionists?"
What are some of their core tenets or foci?
Some examples that could apply to Socionics would be behaviorism/mentalism in psychology and intensionality/extensionality in logic.
Obviously this is a very broad and contentious topic, but try to keep an inclusive definition of Socionics. I want to know what you think!