Rationality – a trait that enables convergence with prescriptions (laws, rules, decisions, relations, plans, etc.) to extent that creative approach in front of eventual changes in time and space is limited. In socionics, rationality is considered as an opposite to irrationality.
In the international designations of socionics, consisting of four letters, the fourth letter J stands for rationality.
Here below in the table there are given main differences between rationality and irrationality, which can be used when determining the sociotype of a person.
|After having a tantrum
|I cann’t find peace for a long time
|I can find peace easily
|If I am suddenly interrupted while executing my duties
|It makes me feel discomfort
|I’m taking it easy and peacefully
|Laws and rules
|make a person feel secured
|limit the creative expression of a person
|If the implementation of a project is late
|I will definitely remind about the deadline
|I will adapt to changes, as all things are unpredictible