I'm examining this old idea of connectedness. The one that is characterized by statements like "everything is connected to everything", "everything influences everything else" and similar. "Cosmic whole" and things like that. I'll explain at length if this isn't a familiar idea.
The opposite view is represented by abundance of statements like "it doesn't have anything to do with it", "it's a whole different thing" and similar. It's the view where you expect lack of connections between everything. What person A does isn't related to B's activities. I'll explain this at length as well if it isn't a familiar concept.
Now what might any of this have to do with temperament? Respond at will.
I use the temperament grouping SF/ST/NF/NT here, and answers 1-5 on the scale of belief in connectedness:
*1: Everything that happens and exists is related to everything else - connected.
*2: Most things and events in the world are related to each other, some not.
*3: Everything is just as much connected with itself as it is disconnected.
*4: Most things and events in the world are unrelated to each other, with few connections.
*5: Everything that there exists/happens is unrelated to anything else - isolated.