Forget everything else you said, and your various connotations and associations with those words that you said and have in your mind,
Originally Posted by HaveLucidDreamz
Do you really think that psychological theory on personality types has tapped into some brilliant underlying pattern
and I agree with what remains, with what I left in the quote.
"Psychological theory or personality types" are just tools at looking at the pattern, they are not perfect - just like no screwdriver, saw, microscope is perfect. Psychological types themselves are not the pattern. Numbers are not the pattern. Any sort of model of the pattern is not the pattern itself. For me, socionics bridges well enough to be useful to me.
"I can use my finger to point out the moon, but my finger is not the moon, and you don't need my finger to see the moon, do you?"