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    Angry Some problems with Socionics ... The problem with Feeling... And Knowledge

    FEELINGS...
    I think people confuse feeling with subconscious... i think the reason is... ENTp invented Socionics. .. to an ENTP ethics is subconscious, thus felt and irrational. If however feeling is in your conscious EGO or SUPEREGO, then it isn't as vague as T types make it out to be.

    KNOWLEDGE...
    How is Te function knowledge if every type has a "function of personal knowledge" ? For example ENFp and ESFp ... why would they "Need to know" if they already have a function of personal knowledge? (Ni for ENFp and Si for ESFp)


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    But you don't seem to have a function of personal knowledge.

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    It's all about how information distribution is valued (metabolized), not raw data itself. There is in essence , no such thing as a 'te comment' or 'ni comment' but how these statements are delivered & absorbed operationally. This all relates to socionics having a highly evolved (well compared to most other personality typologies) intertype relationship theory.

    This is also the reason why truly interpreting socionics accurately is like understanding very complicated music. Not many people can do it. Instead people tend to resort to oversimplistic thinking.... I admit I don't give a shit enough to really understand it and how to deliver it in a completely objective way.

    You don't even need to do that anyway, you don't need to 'overthink' it because all these layers form stereotypes and stuff the common man can see, which is where Visual Identification is so handy.

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    I think every person is capable of seeing all information spaces at the same time.... but we wear blinders to ignore what we have no control over

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