I am finding myself reacting to the entp type descriptions. Although all socionics type descriptions are straightforward about weaknesses, strengths are readily identified in type descriptions other than entp. Entp is portrayed as an absent-minded, socially inept, villain.
There are extremely limited strengths identified both in the entp personality profile and in the dual relationship with isfp profiles. It is as if entp's have hardly any strengths. In the dual relationship profile it is not at all clear how the isfp benefits from this relationship. Entp is cast as a childish dreamer in need of constant parental supervision.
I can take it on the chin as well as the next guy, but sorry, these descriptions are starting to feel to me to be more than a little negatively slanted.
My theory is that Augusta was entp and consequently was so very hard on herself. This bleeds through in the socionics theory. I think it's much more negative - and biased - than it needs to be and probably unfairly so.
This is a concern, because these type descriptions influence people and their decision-making. Not only the self esteem of entp's, but also the stance of other types towards them.