The Rational (Judging)/Irrational (Perceiving) Dichotomy
Rationality / Irrationality (also: Judging / Perceiving or Shizotyme / Cyclotyme ) is one of the 4 Jungian dichotomies, and one of the 15 Reinin dichotomies. Rationality in socionics is a perceptual quality defined by a focus on actions and emotions. In contrast, Irrationality means a focus on states of mind and body.
- Tend to plan ahead, make decisions early
- Are more often rigid and stubborn
- Do not like to change their decisions
- Tend to finish what they started.
- Usually have stiff movements.
- Usually more 'authoritarian' leadership style.
- Low stress tolerance.
- Tend to wait and see, more spontaneous
- Are more often flexible and tolerant.
- Change their decisions frequently.
- Tend to start new things without finishing them.
- Usually have gentle movements.
- Usually more 'democratic' leadership style.
- High stress tolerance.
Rational (Judging) Types: LII (INTj) ESE (ESFj) LSI (ISTj) EIE (ENFj) ESI (ISFj) LIE (ENTj) EII (INFj) LSE (ESTj)
Irrational (Perceiving) Types: ILE (ENTp) SEI (ISFp) SLE (ESTp) IEI (INFp) SEE (ESFp) ILI (INTp) IEE (ENFp) SLI (ISTp)
Famous Rational (Judging) Persons
Famous Irrational (Perceiving) Persons
Business Leader, Scientist
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