Enneagram Polarities

Nicholas Reitter

But the old oracle said, “All things have two handles: beware of the wrong one.” – Emerson1

It is an interesting thought-experiment to try and distill the type-definitions of the Enneagram down to their minimal conceptual frameworks. Much as in mathematics, it can be natural to specify abstract notions according to their most essential properties: we can define a circle as the set of all points in a plane equal in distance to a single (center)...

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