Originally Posted by Waddles W
I wouldn't necessarily say the model A contains errors though. An accepting function is always an accepting function, a producing function is always a producing function. When assembling a complete quadra these designations are essential.
And who is to say that for example, an ISFp with an ethical subtype wouldn't imply that they would also have a weak logical subtype? Would the J aspect in the super-ego be strengthened? I think it would, because we have a person with a stronger producing capacity.
Waddles, first I would like to thank you for your genuine criticism. Secondly, I would like to add that what you are saying is on the assumption that Model A is valid. What I have attempted to do is to think outside the "Model A Box" and not accept the model because socionists say it's correct and valid.
Socionists want us to believe that there are "accepting functions" and "producing functions". I think we need to come out of this way of thinking. We need to forget about the 4 blocks and
. They create overcomplication.
I would like to add that the way Model A is arranged is that there are 4 blocks, each containing one accepting function and one producing function; this would mean that there are four processes occuring within the mind instead of just one. This is where my theory differs; T, F, S and N come together in a linear manner, where each have differing strengths. In my humble opinion, this sounds more plausible to Model A.
With respect to my representation of type, the weak block along with the I/E representation is an indicator to the Socionics equivalent of the type. So if the weak block of an introverted type is FS, then a socionist will know that the type in Socionics is INTj. If th weak block of an introverted type is SF, then a socionist will know that the type in Socionics is INTp. In light of the above, when assembling a complete quadra the accepting functions" and "producing functions" are not essential; look to the weak block of my representation of type, not the strong block.