Quote Originally Posted by queentiger View Post
because they measure different things lol.
Different socionics types having the same enneatype is like taking a different spin on an enneatype, which is exactly what instinctual variants do too.

Also, I feel like there’s too much individuality within every sociotype (ex. too many differences between how people with the same set of functions behave despite clearly having those functions) for them all to be one specific enneatype with a specific wing like n9 thinks. But I can also see where he’s coming from, too.