ILE-IEE Kindred/Comparative relations (ENTp & ENFp)
These are recommended matches for ENTP according to Socionics. ENTP +. Attractive + ENFJ - Benefit relations where ENTP is benefactor and ENFJ is beneficiary + ESTJ - Benefit + ENFP -Kindred Relations + ESTP. ILE's tend to be unaware of how others view them relationship wise, unstable in levels of trust. View relationships skeptically unless legitimized. This can result in . Thread: ILE-IEE Kindred/Comparative relations (ENTp & ENFp) .. I can't seem to grasp the MBTI/Socionics etc relationship matrix it is all too.
The ILE is constantly aware of the possibilities inherent in social, natural or other systems, and of the areas with the greatest potential within them. The ILE operates by using Extroverted Intuition to attune themselves to the multiple variables continually being expressed within the environment and proceeds to elucidate feasible connections and boundaries of context in order to change the way one perceives that which is operating below the surface of either everyday life or more dynamic technical arenas.
To An ILE, the world is a vast network of stars with infinitely interchangeable constellations emerging from the open-ended framework.
Extroverted Intuition as a leading function pushes with white-hot intensity the active rearranging of the lego-blocks of reality; not necessarily with any intention towards construction or creativity, but with the ultimate goal of introducing novelty and fresh perspectives.
Combined with Introverted Thinking as a secondary function, Extroverted Intuition finds compatible yet more disciplined, objective thinking to harness its irrational, unruled nature into a potentially functional talent. Understanding how something works is merely the baseline for the ILE. When the ILE finds something new or interesting he thinks about how it could be used in conjunction with other objects he has come into contact with in the past.
The ILE will freely voice comments on whether a rule especially one imposed on him by society makes sense to him. If it does not, he will break the rule or find a creative way of mocking it to express his dissent, rather than working within the system itself to change the rule.
Unlike a Ti-leading type, he will often not replace the rule with one of his own. The ILE is not afraid of discussing and arguing his views, and may appear to take them more seriously than he actually does. The ILE only makes use of structural frameworks if he can see some kind of intuitive relevance in them, e.
Socionics Types: ILE-ENTp
Thus his thoughts may often appear unstructured. Especially if his actions affect others, the ILE will make sure that they are logically consistent and fair. If he has to, he will acutely feel his own lack of discipline. Thus the ILE is more comfortable when he has a flexible schedule and is free to pursue whatever seems most interesting to him at the moment. The ILE is typically only able to sustain short periods of strenuous activity.
ILEs are uninterested in forcing people to do things, and are not keen on those who impose their will on others, so they do not take well to direct commands.
Socionics Types: ILE-ENTp
They often detest authority exercised in this way, and will often challenge abuses of power. When backed into a corner by an aggressive Sethe often harmless appearing ILE will immediately rise to meet the threat and strike it down with carefully crafted ease. The impact the ILE has on society is usually through his understanding of how the world works rather than a position of material influence.
For example, an ILE might rather advise a person in power than hold an official position of high authority. He will only take such a position if it is necessary and if no one else will do so.
Introverted Ethics FiUnstable in maintaining psychological distance. May have trouble making clear attraction. Can hide their personal sentiments when pushed and avoids the public examination of their desires. ILE's tend to be unaware of how others view them relationship wise, unstable in levels of trust. View relationships skeptically unless legitimized.
This can result in a mistrust of others and a general wariness regarding others' opinions of them, potentially causing irrational behaviors based on misconceptions in this area. ENFps tend to prefer using persuasion as a means of convincing others to do something, where as ENTps prefer to use argumentation as a means of convincing others.
ENTps attitude towards a specific person more so than ENFps is based on their personal characteristics authority, intellect, personal achievements, etc. ENTps recognize superiority of certain individuals drawing from their personal qualities 5.
ENFps are often better at solving and minimizing interpersonal problems, where as ENTps often struggle understanding them.
For ENFps, resources like their money, time, sleep, etc. When assessing an option or available choice, ENTps tend to focus more on how the choice could benefit them what it would potentially yield than ENFps would. On the other hand, ENFps would be more cognizant of the potential risks and potential losses that may accompany the decision that ENTps may unconsciously minimize. When something is perceived by ENTps as being incorrect, they are more likely than ENFps to ask why it was done that way.
When meeting someone knew, ENTps are not as likely as ENFps to perceive "getting to know somebody" as a special kind of activity.
ENTps know very well whey they are getting acquainted i. ENTps, in contrast with ENFps, do not divide the process of getting acquainted into consecutive stages; rather ENTps immediately establish the necessary emotional distance in contact and can regulate it if needed. To bridge the gap between poorly acquainted people in a group ENTps amp up the emotional tone; this can be mutually experienced happiness or misfortune.
The name and title of the person are of secondary relevance to ENTps and their relationship with the other person. That is, this relativity is perceived by ENTps as an extenuation of the differing beliefs, opinions, intentions, etc.
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When working on a project, ENFps experience more discomfort than ENTps if the project does not have a clearly delineated end-goal or result. This happens because ENFps have more difficulty monitoring and understanding how the project is developing than ENTps because they are outside of the process.
ENFps are more likely than ENTps to use special rituals or other culturally accepted formalities when forming relationships with others. What that means is that the emotional proximity and relationship status for ENFps be more externally predetermined. Additionally, ENFps generally progress in relationships through stages, and therefore are more familiar with these stages than ENTps. ENFps tend to be more linear in their relationship progression than ENTps, and ENFps assign importance to the formalities of recognizing the start and end to each of these stages.
When ENFps form opinions of others, these opinions are formed under the influence of their attitude towards the group to which the person belongs.
Differences between ILE (ENTp) and IEE (ENFp)
To ENFps, it is incomprehensible how it is possible to belong to two opposing groups at the same time: ENFps, more than ENTps, frequently perceives and defines themselves and other people through group associations. ENFps focus on collectivism over individualism. When something is perceived by ENFps as being incorrect, they are more likely than ENTps to tell the person who made the error what they did wrong and how to do it the right way. ENFps are focused on who made the error and helping them to correct the mistake.
ENTps are more likely to make decisions based on logical reasons than ENFps, who are more likely to make decisions based on their own feelings.