When a group consists of members of this club, but without either of the two quadras having greater weight, its interactions are likely to be formed around common spiritual, philosophical, artistic, literary or humanitarian interests. Very typical and common examples of such clubs are religious discussion groups, humanitarian and charity organizations such as NGOs, groups of literary and musical activities.
This kind of group behavior, though, in terms of seeing a club as any kind of unit, is visible only as long as the group is held together by, and focuses on, discussions and activities of their common interests. Longer and deeper interactions make such a club visibly "split" into the two quadras, Beta and Delta.
Perception of other clubs
These perceptions are visible only as long as the other groups are seen exclusively through the prism of their activities and interests as a group; closer interaction makes such perceptions quickly be overruled by the relevant quadra perceptions.
Humanitarians are inclined to regard Researchers with sympathy and admiration for their intellectual pursuits but with some puzzlement at their apparent "lack of interest in people".
Humanitarians are inclined to perceive Socials as pleasant company but a bit too shallow in their interests and pursuits.
Humanitarians are inclined to see Pragmatists as either somewhat obnoxious and cold or as refreshingly helpful and skilled in practical matters.