Something that I have been curious about for a long time is that in movies and books (like in real life) every MBTI type can be portrayed as a hero, but just as well as a vilain.
A good example are INTJs who often are used as the quintessential villain character, but just as well may represent the smart hero (esp. in crime novels and movies). A particularly striking example may be "Silence of the Lambs" where both the villain (Lecter) and the hero (Starling) are usually typed as INTJ.
As far as I can tell, this is true for all other types as well.
Now, on a very superficial level, this is a no - brainer: "... there are good and people everywhere...". If you think more about it, it is surprising, though: if MBTI captures (to a certain point , at least) the essence of a person's psychological structure, how can it be that something so central as morality does not find its way into the system ?
Any thoughts ?