Socioncis Basics step 2: Aspects
— Intuition of Time (Ni)
Ni is impression. Competent use of Ni grasps the essence at a glance and generates an impression. Consequently, by knowing the essence, knows what to expect and is able to foretell – hence the title “Intuition of Time”. Being an irrational aspect it does so without conscious thinking or analysis. Ni deals with matters of “that’s what it is”.
— Intuition of Possibilities (Ne)
Ne is multiplicity and, consequently potentiality. Competent use of Ne includes seeing multiple perspectives, possibilities and alternatives. As an irrational aspect, it envisions these without a conscious process of prognosing or analysing. It deals with matters of “what could be” and “what might have been”.
— Sensorics of Force (Se)
Se is force. Competent usage of Se includes understanding of the amount of force to apply, of the physical space around, of physical presence. Se ways of thinking are irrational and therefore non- conscious and instinctive – and include things like having control over one’s body and the physical space around.
— Sensorics of Senses (Si)
Si is external properties of things, e.g. “hot/cold” for temperature , “soft/hard” for density etc. Consequently competent use of Si includes understanding of these properties, in an unconscious, instinctive way, and is also applicable to the body states and sensations - “am I cold”, “is this sofa soft/hard enough to be comfortable sitting on it”.
— Structural Logic (Ti)
Ti is structure. Competent use of Ti includes the ability to structure information, to accurately describe and sort information, to notice consistency and inconsistency of it. Ti is good at defining precisely and explaining concisely. For example, Ti deals with matters such as “This is X, X is a letter” etc
— Practical Logic (Te)
Te is effectiveness. Competent use of Te estimates the shortest root to success and the optimal usage of resources. Te notices waste and estimates probabilities. Te deals with matters of “how to do this in the most efficient way”, “is it realistic to achieve this result in the given time”, “how much effort and resources does it take”
— Ethics of Emotions (Fe)
Fe is emotional states. Competent use of Fe includes the ability to see, understand, generate and manipulate own emotions as well as the emotions of others (be it an individual or a group). Fe comprehends and deals with matters such as “am I ecstatic/is he ecstatic”, “am I/is he saddened”, "am I/is he happy" etc
— Ethics of Relationships (Fi)
Fi is relationships. Competent use of Fi includes understanding and manipulating relationships. Consequently, it also includes understanding of motivations – one’s own and that of others, which is a necessary ability in order to be able to shape the relationships with others (individuals or groups). Fi deals with matter such as “do they approve of me/do I approve of them”, “what is implied by this person’s words or actions”