In the stack of cognitive functions, through model A, influenced by dimensionality, and in even more detail through the different dichotomies we can apply to each function, some functions are stronger, and some are weaker. In some, we have a lot of confidence; in others, we have almost none at all. Through some, we feel …

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So we have the dimensions, how strong functions are. But how do we spot it in people, how do we see how strong a function is? (This list is exclusively fromÂ School of system socionics, only paraphrased.) For one dimensional functions, suggestive/dual seeking and vulnerable/point of least resistance, the following points are characteristic: Describing ones own …

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The strength of a function is decided by how many dimensions it covers. There are four different stages, four different strengths of a function, starting at covering one dimension, and going up to two four dimensional functions. Using the stack of an INTP/LII as an example, the two weakest functions, Se and Fe, are one …

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