Socionics, philosophy, and archetypes.

They all have one thing in common, beyond being the main subjects of sociothena. They’re all essential in trying to understand the world around us.

“Names are the shape of the world, and a man who can speak them is on the road to power.”

The Name of the Wind

Names, how we understand something, are powerful. In the process of naming them, we understand them. The predecessor of sociothena was called “active apperception”. From a Jungian perspective, this is to grab hold of something and to internalize it. To make it “real”.

Socionics, philosophy, and archetypes, all give us a lens from which to view the world. A lens where we can understand what goes on around us. And that understanding is the road to power.