ISTP social role according to socionics

ISTP social role according to socionics

View Poll Results: Are you an ISTj in socionics? (read the function description)

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This is a discussion on ISTP social role according to socionics within the Socionics Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Sensing Logical Introtim - Wikisocion Socionics SLI, ISTp Likely MBTI: ISTJ Common social roles The quiet individualist who marches to ...

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    ISTP social role according to socionics

    Sensing Logical Introtim - Wikisocion
    Socionics SLI, ISTp
    Likely MBTI: ISTJ
    Common social roles


    1. The quiet individualist who marches to his or her own drumbeat, cultivating eccentric, yet enjoyable interests and pretty much ignoring everything else.
    2. Mr. or Mrs. down-to-earth, who takes a dry and simple attitude towards everything, deflating all excitement and elevated emotions and sentiments.

    Logical Sensing Introtim - Wikisocion
    Socionics LSI, ISTj
    Likely MBTI: ISTP
    Common social roles


    1. The policeman or referee who keeps a sharp eye on how well people are adhering to the rules and takes it upon himself to correct or punish deviants.
    2. The career bureaucrat or administrator who rises through the ranks of traditional administrative structures (government organs, large corporations, and other large, hierarchical structures), carefully performing his duties and winning in the long run.
    3. The rational artist who sees music, film, or visual art as a language to be deciphered.
    4. The cult devotee who is swayed by the rhetoric of visionaries, and becomes devoted to executing their plans.
    5. The logistics analyst who rigorously but realistically devises the optimal operating procedure for any given task.



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    Do you guys agree with this description of your two main functions?

    Ego Block

    1. Introverted Logic

    LSIs have a strong command of how various systems, structures, and hierarchies around them work, and always have a clear idea of how to implement them and improve them. LSIs quickly and easily determine what is correct and incorrect according to the systems they are familiar with.
    LSIs tend to logically analyze just about everything — even close relationships. LSIs view their partners and other members of their household as part of a system which should have a certain structure and order to it. Everything in this system should run like clockwork — scheduling, daily routines, responsibilities in the relationship, and household management.
    LSIs seek to attain an important role in an important system and to maintain and perfect it — often becoming the guardian or watchdog of the system.
    LSIs do not often think about the ethics of the systems they maintain. Instead, they discuss the ethics of other systems using the language and customs of their own systems as truth, and make value judgments accordingly.
    2. Extraverted Sensing

    LSIs prefer to apply their clear, logical thinking to forcibly affect how the real world is organized, rather than simply producing conjectures or thought exercises that have no material application. LSIs prefer to work with systems of "real" things — material assets, organizations, management, and production — and to perfect their structure and organization (). When they are certain they are right, LSIs can act decisively to enforce rules, and, if necessary, to punish violators, in order to protect the integrity of the system.
    LSIs handle high-pressure situations well and can maneuver skillfully around obstacles to achieve their goals. They cannot be intimidated easily by displays of force or aggression, but follow closely the balance of power and make sure they are in the best position.


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    Everything in this system should run like clockwork — scheduling, daily routines, responsibilities in the relationship, and household management.
    LSIs seek to attain an important role in an important system and to maintain and perfect it — often becoming the guardian or watchdog of the system.
    Hell no. But the rest is fairly good.

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    I'd be SLI #2 with LSI #5 and disagree with both descriptions, for most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erbse View Post
    I'd be SLI #2 with LSI #5 and disagree with both descriptions, for most part.
    So you aren't a sensor in socionics? Or maybe you aren't even introverted in it?

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    Socionics and MBTI functions are different to each other. Please don't post Socionics stuff in a MBTI forum. It doesn't belong here.
    Randroth thanked this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafter79 View Post
    Socionics and MBTI functions are different to each other. Please don't post Socionics stuff in a MBTI forum. It doesn't belong here.
    How are the socionics functions radically different from the MBTI ones then? How is Se radically different in MBTI (or the other functions for that matter)?

    Just post what credible links really prove their massive difference?

    Si vs. Ni: a focus on one's environment and how it's affecting one's physical state vs. a focus on a situation's development over time and other underlying meanings

    Se vs. Ne: active acquisition, control, and organization of visible territory and objects vs. active search for and development of invisible potential and emerging situations

    Fi vs. Ti: evaluation according to personal sentiments vs. evaluation according to impersonal laws (mercy vs. justice)

    Fe vs. Te: evaluation according to the people/social element involved vs. evaluation according to efficiency, effectiveness or objective reasoning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boolean11 View Post
    So you aren't a sensor in socionics? Or maybe you aren't even introverted in it?
    I don't care for socionics, and not too much for MBTI either anymore.

    I stick to Jung, and identify with being Ti dom, followed by more Ni inclined ISTP (MBTI) rather than Se.

    Also:

    Mr. or Mrs. down-to-earth, who takes a dry and simple attitude towards everything, deflating all excitement and elevated emotions and sentiments.
    Being coined as 'likely Si' dom goes against anything I've read about it by Jung. Si inherently is a subjective perceiving function; it won't ever deflate everything to completely nothingness and/or create a void. It can't, for it would render itself useless as a perceiving function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erbse View Post
    I don't care for socionics, and not too much for MBTI either anymore.

    I stick to Jung, and identify with being Ti dom, followed by more Ni inclined ISTP (MBTI) rather than Se.

    Also:



    Being coined as 'likely Si' dom goes against anything I've read about it by Jung. Si inherently is a subjective perceiving function; it won't ever deflate everything to completely nothingness and/or create a void. It can't, for it would render itself useless as a perceiving function.
    Si does deflate in order to focus, the same applies for Ni (and any introverted function), in order to focus "creating order" and understanding. A lot of data as to be discarded, in contrast, Se is expansive and accurate, but without an introverted judging function sorting the facts, its quite useless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boolean11 View Post
    How are the socionics functions radically different from the MBTI ones then? How is Se radically different in MBTI (or the other functions for that matter)?

    Just post what credible links really prove their massive difference?
    Perhaps I should've been more clear. I was referring to type.
    ISTP is Ti-Se-Ni-Fe-Te-Si-Ne-Fi,
    ISTp (SLI) is Si-Te-Ni-Fe-Se-Ti-Ne-Fi

    Now once again. Please don't post Socionics stuff in a MBTI forum. It doesn't belong here.
    Vtile and Aquc thanked this post.


     
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