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Carefree / Farsighted

Carefree types: SEI, ILE, LSI, EIE, ESI, LIE, SLI, IEE
Farsighted types: LII, ESE, SLE, IEI, SEE, ILI, LSE, EII

Aushra Augusta

Carefree-Farsighted. Implementation of Irrational Half-phases in Theory of Reinin Dichotomies, Part 4

Victor Gulenko

Carelessness — Foresight in Signs of Reinin

Socionics Working Group - 2003 Study of Reinin traits


Careless types are inclined to solve a problem and search for a solution using only that information which is accessible to them in that given situation (for example, under the conditions of a given task). Therefore, careless types for each new task make a new "algorithm" to fit the given task.

In giving their answer to the problem posed, the context of searching for the answer and solving the problem (the preparation stage, collection of information, past experience, and so on) is not mentioned, but rather it is silently "implied".

When speaking, careless types often use the word "anticipate" as a general concept; usually they mean that it is "needed", "it would be good" or that "it is "impossible" to "anticipate everything".


When solving problems farsighted types "scoop" the information from a wide "pool" of their experiences (when considering a question, they are inclined to refer to the entirely of their experience and knowledge in an attempt to find an answer). Farsighted types are inclined to use already prepared, accumulated methods (algorithms) for solving problems.

When answering a question posed, they cover a wide context: they mention the preliminary stage of their search for the answer, the circumstance surrounding this search, the information that was available.

When speaking, farsighted type rarely use the word "anticipate" as a general concept, but when they describe some actions or plans they demonstrate this concept through concrete examples (they give examples of how something could be anticipated).


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