I'm just curious to see if a connection can be made between type and morality.
Let's look at some moral dichotomies we can make:
Moralist (there are morals) vs. Nihilist (there are no morals)
Cognitivist (morality can be proven) vs. Non-cognitivist (morality cannot be proven)
Divine Command Theorist (morality is based on authority) vs. Moral Realist (morality is based on arguments)
Utilitarian (results are what matter) vs. Deontological (actions are what matter)
Objectivist (morality can be understood from outside the person) vs. Subjectivist (morality cannot be understood from outside the person)
Universalist (ethical statements are always true) vs. Relativist (ethical statements are not always true)
Retributive (wrongdoers should suffer for their actions) vs. Restorative (wrongdoers should be taught to do the right thing)
Feel free to suggest another one. It can be argued that any of these are not a dichotomy but a sliding scale, but it may be easier to think of them as dichotomies. And there is certainly overlap.