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    Default Reinin Dichotomies Colour coding

    Is having no preferred attitude categorised in red, evidence of typological/temperamental perfection, with the types that have seven preferences, highlighted in red, evidence of the greatest imperfection? Or is the colour coding system not to be interpreted dichotomously themselves, as desirable/undesirable?


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    I'm pretty sure it's just a way to break up the table and make patterns more visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNefarioious97 View Post
    Is having no preferred attitude categorised in red, evidence of typological/temperamental perfection, with the types that have seven preferences, highlighted in red, evidence of the greatest imperfection?
    LOL no, the color coding is relative to ILE. If the type has the same trait as ILE, it is green, otherwise, it is red. This is completely arbitrary, you can make any type the base (all green traits) and recolor the table accordingly. In the more mathematical side of socionics, it is traditional to use ILE as the base type because both Augusta and Reinin were ILE.

    This is personally how I color the traits (also relative to ILE)
    Check out my socionics work [link]

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    Reinin's traits are baseless
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    Reinin's traits are baseless
    You don't agree with Quadra Values? They are pretty integrated into Model A.
    Check out my socionics work [link]

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    Re OP:
    They just used red/green to make the walls of text easier to understand.
    No Reinin dichotomy is good or bad under all circumstances. Otherwise SLE, LIE, ILI and IEE would be the worst people in the socion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    Reinin's traits are baseless
    See, that's my instinct as well, but I still have hope that they'll make sense one day.

    I've just read the obstinate/yielding descriptions. They're either vague, untrue, or lack a solid foundation. I'm racking to see why they might be true, but I can't.
    "If I have a base Ti, then I will not abandon my interests if I lack the time for them." Why?

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