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Ode to Dual Contact & 8 Stages of Dual Relations by Grigori Shulman

Ode to Dual Contact and Eight Stages of Dual Relations
Grigori A. Shulman
International Institute of Socionics
Publication "Undiscovered Worlds", No 3, 2001

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Dual contact, dual relations, relationships of duality, relationship of complete mutual complementarity ... All of these phrases describe the same intertype relation, which constitutes the essence of discovery made by A. Augusta that paved the way to the amazing concept of socionics.

Indeed, when you're observing a dual pair, an impression arises, as A. Augusta writes, that in front of your eyes is a separated androgenous pair - so organic, natural, and comfortable... read more
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Model D

The process of solving mathematical problems/theorems includes inductive reasoning, though.

Petter Today, 07:04 AM

I just teleported here - I'm new!!

I think IEI could make sense. You seem to imbalanced in someway it is like ignoring Ne in vacuum. Practice some role function to get clear your mind.

BrightDemonSheep96 Today, 06:30 AM

Examples of possible famous/celebrity ESIs-ISFjs

Paul Teutul Sr. ESI-Se (If you read his book, he is so damn Fi when it comes to business)

SGF Today, 06:28 AM

Model D

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inductive_reasoning

In 1963, Karl Popper wrote, "Induction, i.e. inference based on many observations,

Petter Today, 06:25 AM

Somebody uses your ignoring function, do you get bored/lethargic?

It depends on who they are to me personally. If I am close to them (the relationship is meaningful to me), I may try to pay more attention to the lead

asd Today, 05:33 AM

Somebody uses your ignoring function, do you get bored/lethargic?

What do you mean by it runs through T and F?

Stray Cat Today, 05:21 AM

Model D

I think "conjecturing hypotheses" is inductive reasoning.

Petter Today, 04:47 AM

I used to like Twizzlers when I was a kid. I didn't have them for many years, and then I tried them again and I thought they tasted like they contained

I was thinking more along the lines of Red Vines and Australian licorice.

Poptart Today, 04:09 AM

Somebody uses your ignoring function, do you get bored/lethargic?

I like ILE Ne-Ti more than IEE Ne-Fi, but I can't have close relationship with ILE, we are too different. It is ILE's thinking process that I feel interested

Moharu Today, 03:50 AM
• Forms of Cognition

Forms of Cognition by Victor Gulenko

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1. Categories:
2. Socionics,
3. Reinin Dichotomy,
4. Philosophy,
5. Forms of Cognition

Forms of Cognition

by Victor Gulenko
English translation from original publication in Journal "Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology", N 4, 2002

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The manifestations of three dichotomies: Static–Dynamic, Positivism–Negativism, and Evolution–Involution; examined on four levels: intellectual, social, psychological, and physical. From these dichotomies are identified the cognitive styles corresponding to Sociotypes. The features of Causal-Determinist, Dialectical-Algorithmic, Holographical-Panoramic, and Vortical-Synergetic forms of cognition are described. Also explored is their formative influence on modern philosophical paradigms and the special role of Supervision rings in societal transmission of information.

Keywords: Socionics, psychology, cognition, static, dynamic, positivism, negativism, evolution, involution, information metabolism, synergetics, Supervision relations

From the standpoint of their structure, cognition in my opinion is most successfully modeled by combinations of these three dichotomies: Static–Dynamic, Positivism–Negativism, and Evolution–Involution. Why these? I came to understand this relationship in two ways. First, I noted that the most rapid and complete exchange of information occurs through Supervision rings, which are formed by these dichotomies. Second, finding Socionics analogies to other models of comprehending reality (worldviews) I found that information exchange in each of the four Supervision rings embodied fundamental forms of intellectual activity found across the history of established thought.

If my conclusions are valid, then the mental activity of Supervision rings constitutes that which cognitive psychology typically refers to as styles (or forms) of cognition. A strict deductive proof of this theory is not my aim. Instead I will simply present the results obtained. Coming from the practice of consultation, teaching, and training work, inductive generalizations have more weight ...