The questions I would like to pose for the general audience are straight forward, but the answers are subjective and vague. Now, imagine every action you have ever done in your entire life. Using that, attempt to discern what was done as a natural response of your personality behaviour patterns or what was performed as a result of your own choice. Basically, are we a slave to our personalities or brain programming? OR is every choice we made because we wanted or strived for it? Wait a second...how can one know what they want is really what they desire? Your desires could be the result of your natural instincts because they achieve a satsifying desire. You perform it and feel useless afterwards after realizing that in the grand scheme of things, it is not what you truly strive for.
Taking that into account, imagine every response you embedded into your life when the environment raised a specific scenario. Has the responses been similar for specific changes in the environment? Was your response the immediate result of your personality shunning or accepting a task simply because it adheres or abhors the general code of your being? Everyone likes to believe that what they immerse themselves in is the product of their free will because they are biological and have the ability to fulfill their desires and their egos. However, how is it free-will when your desires and egos are not chosen?
Keep in mind that this is directly related to socionics because our personality dictates what our goals in life are and what will activate the reward centers in our brain. In the future, can you imagine a manager refusing to reward an XSXJ for his/her hardwork because it is in their nature? What about refusing to thank a gamma SF for their generosity or ignoring an NF's altruism? This brings up the question of what is attributed to our development and perseverance as a person and what should be acknowledged as a simple fiber of our being.