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    This is very important to know what is socionics built upon.

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    Could translate to something like this (corrected machine translation) :

    Basic requirements :

    - Uniqueness - Basic positions should exclude double treatment.
    - Consistency - Basic positions should not contradict each other.
    - Verifiability and Falsifiability - Basic positions must be checked empirically.

    Basic objects of socionic theory :

    - Information metabolism - Process of input, processing and output of information, made by the human nervous system.
    - Aspect of information metabolism - Category which defines a subset of information, which is implicated on information metabolism and possesses specific structural properties : integral-fractional (perception-judgement), external-internal, fields-bodies.
    - Function of information metabolism - Structure of thinking, generates input, processing, and output of information according to an aspect in a determined manner.
    - Type of information metabolism - Taxinomic category, which determines the correspondence of functions to the filling aspects.

    Axioms of socionics :

    - Dichotomous division of people on four jungian dichotomies - Logic/Ethics, Intuitive/Sensing, Extrovert/Introvert, Judging/Percieving.
    - Discretion of sociotypes, which reflect four jungian dichotomies.
    - Non-variability of sociotype during lifetime.
    - Dependence of interpersonal relationships between people - bearing sociotypes from sociotypes (intertype relationships)

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    Axioms are good, and a good pointer towards what's classical Socionics and what isn't. However, since Socionics is studying something in real life, one must always leave open the possibility that some axioms may be wrong. If this were just a mathematical construction, you could say that, for example, people's types never change "by definition." But since this is an attempt to understand actual phenomena, such things can only be considered to be "working hypotheses."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan
    Axioms are good, and a good pointer towards what's classical Socionics and what isn't. However, since Socionics is studying something in real life, one must always leave open the possibility that some axioms may be wrong. If this were just a mathematical construction, you could say that, for example, people's types never change "by definition." But since this is an attempt to understand actual phenomena, such things can only be considered to be "working hypotheses."
    Axioms can be verified by experiments. I would say there have been enough experiments/evidence that the axioms are right, if not pretty close to right.

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    Aspect of information metabolism — the category, which determines the subset of the information, which participates in the information metabolism, which possesses the specific structural properties: integral- fractional, external- internal, it flew.

    Function is — the structure of thinking, which generates accumulation, working and the output of information according to one aspect BY IT in a determined manner. (to devise that more digested)
    That second definition is where they have screwed up.

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    I don't understand yet what "basic positions" means

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