Have you ever wondered if typology systems like socionics roll out the carpet for relativism?
I recently read an argument from David Wong, an author and proponent of soft relativism, that stated ethical relativism hinges on an explanation for why people view the world differently. For example, we could posit that individuals develop their belief systems under separate social contexts, leading to a plurality of viewpoints. Or, we could argue that individuals develop a variety of beliefs because they have differing neurological makeup.
So, since typology systems like socionics offer explanations for why people prefer different things and think in different ways, do you think that typology can justify relativism?