Can type effect how a person sees morality?
For example, I'm an xNFP and my father is an ENFJ (that's what he tested as, I'm not making an educated guess) though at times he has tested ENFP.
He does not believe in absolute morals. I on the other hand do. He seems to think I'm cute and naive to be a "moral absolutist."
That's to say, for example, that I think lying is wrong. I think lying is always wrong. I think lying is sometimes neccessary due to survival or societal requirements but that doesn't negate its wrongness or that, in an ideal world, no one would lie. I've always felt my father was pretty amoral (and hypocritical) changing his idea of what is right an wrong and moral depending on his bevior and the situation.
I understand that P and J do not dictate moral ideas, but does personality have anything to do (in general) with one's ideas on morality? Is it reasonable that we're both NFs but differ so greatly on our views?
Or, it is nurture that determins it? Or something far more complex?