I was reading this description of SLI-IEE duality by Stratiyevskaya and this part (about the initial stage of dualization) grabbed my attention.
- It seems like the fourth quadra has the most stable duality. - The reader notices. - Looks like here partners dualize easily and successfully ...
- This is one thing that cannot be said about the irrational dyad of 4th quadra. Once dualized, they actually form a very prosperous and harmonious couple. But the process of dualization in this pair is perhaps the most difficult and lengthy one, in part because both partners in this pair are two different kinds of "Don Juan": one - in the intuitive ethical interpretation, and other other - in the sensory logical one.
The model of dualization here builds in such a way that partners not only eventually recognize that they are worthy of each other, but also have time to get "locked onto" each other, such that they don't feel the need to search for further alternatives. (And one must agree that for a "Don Juan" this is very important: this is what brings him a sense of peace, stability, and satisfaction with what he has.)
Of course, such smooth and complimentary dualization is achieved only over a long period of time, which is required for these partners to get to know each other better.
- So this dyad doesn't dualize "at first sight"?
- No. In addition, dualization here may progress very slowly, in small steps. And even the most active and the most romantic stage of dualization (their "honeymoon") may happen only years after they first met each other.
What do you guys think of it? And was it accurate from your experiences?