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    Default American schools adopting socionical structure...

    "Harvardís new curriculum establishes eight primary subject areas that all students will have to take: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding; Culture and Belief; Empirical Reasoning; Ethical Reasoning; Science of Living Systems; Science of the Physical Universe; Societies of the World; and the United States in the World."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slava2
    "Harvardís new curriculum establishes eight primary subject areas that all students will have to take: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding ; Culture and Belief ; Empirical Reasoning ; Ethical Reasoning ; Science of Living Systems ; Science of the Physical Universe ; Societies of the World ; and the United States in the World ."
    That's the best I could come up with. The introverted ones are more obvious.

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    Default Re: American schools adopting socionical structure...

    Quote Originally Posted by Slava2
    "Harvardís new curriculum establishes eight primary subject areas that all students will have to take: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding; Culture and Belief; Empirical Reasoning; Ethical Reasoning; Science of Living Systems; Science of the Physical Universe; Societies of the World; and the United States in the World."
    Maybe they don't know socionics, because it is really a natural science. Socionics is applied deliberately, or passively, even to an area where it is unknown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc
    Quote Originally Posted by Slava2
    "Harvardís new curriculum establishes eight primary subject areas that all students will have to take: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding; Culture and Belief; Empirical Reasoning; Ethical Reasoning; Science of Living Systems; Science of the Physical Universe; Societies of the World; and the United States in the World."
    Maybe they don't know socionics, because it is really a natural science. Socionics is applied deliberately, or passively, even to an area where it is unknown.
    I know but I'm trying to point out that its the same thing as socionics and that they have it narrowed down pretty damn well, even simplified down to only 8 categories.
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    here is the original article... i hate how they mention the Ti part as being useless, and how people couldnt understand why it wasnt important.

    http://www.time.com/time/magazine/ar...592855,00.html
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    Default Re: American schools adopting socionical structure...

    Quote Originally Posted by Slava2
    "Harvardís new curriculum establishes eight primary subject areas that all students will have to take: Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding; Culture and Belief; Empirical Reasoning; Ethical Reasoning; Science of Living Systems; Science of the Physical Universe; Societies of the World; and the United States in the World."
    Which one is philosophy in?
    Well I am back. How's everyone? Don't have as much time now, but glad to see some of the old gang are still here.

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