I don’t hold too much firm stock in personality descriptions that invoke political monikers, although they can be useful for a quick binary take. It’s similar to myers-briggs and stuff — personality sorters at best but it has a place. And that’s all I’m saying. DSM has its place, so long as it’s not overextended.

I don’t hold too much firm stock in personality descriptions that invoke political monikers, although they can be useful for a quick binary take.
It’s similar to myers-briggs and stuff — personality sorters at best but it has a place.
And that’s all I’m saying. DSM has its place, so long as it’s not overextended.

 

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Do you find that dividing people’s personalities up by a binary “liberal” vs “conservative” with an “other” category somewhere else a useful method of sorting people?
Or is there something more significant about political categories than sorting personalities?

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