Amoralists on different sides of the dichotomy take different stances depending on whether they're dealing with an object or a field:
- object moralists approach fields with their background functions, objects with their foreground functions
- field moralists approach objects with their background functions, fields with their foreground functions
Thus the field moralist's deceit and betrayal of those close to them (and their animalistic pursuit of the same -- yes, this explains the Monica Lewinsky scandal), and the object moralist's shameless pursuit of their own self-gratification at the expense of the masses. (Corporate America, par excellence)
In the case of a shadow type, the background/foreground correspondences are reversed: object moralists approach fields with their foreground functions, objects with their background functions; and vice versa for field moralists.