Sunday, September 23, 2007

NeTi - ILE Seeker

Myers-Briggs:
ENTP
Socionics:ENTp
Jung:
NeTi
Model A:
ILE
Enneagram:
E4-E5-E9 range







Functions - Descriptions - Relations - Examples


Functions

Ego Block: NeTi

Strong + Valued


Id Block: TiNe

Strong + Undervalued


Super-Id Block: SiFe

Weak + Valued


Super-Ego Block: SeFi

Weak + Undervalued

Descriptions

  • Scientific Enlightenment Institute

    ILE has feeling of potentials of an objective world - science, engineering, and production. He generates miscellaneous "crazy" ideas, quickly seizes essence of things, develops the doctrine in any field of knowledge or phenomena of life, tends to get to the bottom to plutonic, concealed essence of a problem on the basis of generalizing, reflects by abstract concepts. His words do not miss matter.

    ILE feels integrity of the objective phenomena, has an inquiring mind. Everything new and progressive attracts him. He is capable to charm by it the others, and in addition he can cite new ideas, understand composite situations, but also elaborate and embody them in practice. ILE appreciates his knowledge, objectively and adequately values others, does not take notice on authorities, stereotypes. He does not allow to foil scientific - inventor's operation, flight of thought, defends full freedom of creativity. Even probable negative consequences do not stop him.

    ILE is categorical, decisive in settling own thought, overcomes obstacles and limitations, obstinate at embodying in life not ordinary ideas. The internal state permanently will be in counteraction, if somebody will contradict his ideas, matters, operating it can even provoke aggression. He presses those who disturb logical norms, rules, and legality.

  • Socionics.us

    The trademark quality of this type is the quest for new information and experience that stimulates the mind and opens up new possibilities for thought and for new endeavors. ILEs are typically drawn to things that are poorly understood or simply unknown, and to fundamental issues (needs work). They like to systematize their insights and experience and discuss them with others. Their friends know them as people who can’t help but share their insights and interesting discoveries and who always have some interesting topic on their mind.

    In their service of all that is intriguing and intellectually stimulating in the outside world, ILEs typically neglect their physical needs and activities that bring pleasure and relaxation and emotional release. However, they are highly receptive to others’ attempts to help them in these areas. They gravitate most to people who are interested in hearing about their hobby topics and discussing their most frivolous insights, but who are also skilled at creating a relaxing and lighthearted atmosphere.

  • PersonalityPage.com

    The ENTP's primary interest in life is understanding the world that they live in. They are constantly absorbing ideas and images about the situations they are presented in their lives. They generally understand things about these quickly and with great depth. Accordingly, they are quite flexible and adapt well to a wide range of tasks. As they grow and further develop their intuitive abilities and insights, they become very aware of possibilities, and this makes them quite resourceful when solving problems. Their perceptive abilities cause them to see possibilities everywhere.

    ENTPs are less interested in developing plans of actions or making decisions than they are in generating possibilities and ideas. Following through on the implementation of an idea is usually a chore to the ENTP. For some ENTPs, this results in the habit of never finishing what they start. The ENTP needs to take care to think through their ideas fully in order to take advantage of them. Their logical side makes their actions and decisions based on an objective list of rules or laws. If the ENTP was defending someone who had actually committed a crime, they are likely to take advantage of quirks in the law that will get their client off the hook.

    The ENTP, who does not naturally consider the more personal or human element in decision making, should take care to notice the subjective, personal side of situations. If the sensing areas are neglected, the ENTP may tend to not take care of details in their life. If the ethical part of themself is neglected, the ENTP may not value other people's input enough, or may become overly harsh and aggressive.
Career Satisfaction (RusselRowe.com)

As an ENTp, career satisfaction means doing work that:
  1. Gives me opportunities to engage in creative problem-solving and/or generating new and innovative approaches to problems.
  2. Lets me implement my innovative solutions in the creation of more efficiently functioning systems.
  3. Acknowledges and encourages my creativity, competency, and ability to improvise.
  4. Lets me experience a variety of situations filled with fun, action, and excitement.
  5. Follows a logical order and is based upon objective and fair standards, rather than the likes or dislikes or one individual.
  6. Lets me increase my professional and personal power and interact frequently with other powerful people.
  7. Lets me meet and have constant interaction with many different people, especially those I respect.
  8. Can be done in a rapidly changing, high-energy environment with significant interaction with others.
  9. Is done in an environment that is casual and unstructured; where I can experience a high degree of personal freedom, time off, and the opportunity to operate in a spontaneous way.
  10. Allows me to design or start projects but does not require me to follow through with tedious details.

Relations

ILE Intertype relations
Identical
ILE
Dual
SEI
Activator
ESE
Mirror
LII
Kindred
IEE
Semi-dual
SLI
Benefactor
LSE
Supervisor
EII
Super-Ego
SEE
Extinguishment
ILI
Quasi-identical
LIE
Conflictor
ESI
Business
SLE
Mirage
IEI
Beneficiary
EIE
Supervisee
LSI

Examples

Keanu Reeves Ne Subtype
American/Canadian actor.

"I like writing songs. I like the camarderie of the and. I like touring. I love playing bass. And then there's free beer."

"One of the aspects I like about the film is that there is a kind of emotional, psychological discussion during the storytelling, ... Before taking a drug, go through yourself, experience yourself, all your hopes and fears in your own time. Before the pharmacology, do the psychology."

Interviews
"What a story is for, its the best of us, reflections of who we are..."
"Absolutely not...save that for therapy..."

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