Jungian foundation

The Jungian foundation (базис Юнга in Russian) refers to the original four dichotomies proposed by Jung and adapted somewhat by Augusta:

One trait of each dichotomy is dominant for each type. Any combination of these traits is possible, producing 16 types (24 = 16). Two of Jung’s dichotomies – rational/irrational and extraverted/introverted – are uniform across all types. In other words, an IEE is just as extraverted (in the Jungian sense!) as an SLE. The other two dichotomies – sensing/intuitive and ethical/logical – are non-uniform. In other words, an ESE is not sensing in the same way that an SEE is, and an ILI is “more” intuitive than an LIE.