Philosophy exists in every sentient being present within nature, regardless of any objections proposed by any rational agent (actually, an irrational rational agent, if that made any sense). You ESFPs are undoubtedly no exception, and here I lay out a discussion regarding ethics initialized by couple scenarios that involve normative ethics, by which I mean, what would you, as an ESFP, do?
1) Let's assume that you are back at college. Your grandmother gives you $200 to pay for textbooks. Instead, you spend it on something else that is trivial in relative to the textbooks. Do you tell your grandmother the truth, or do you instead tell her you bought textbooks to keep her happy?
2) Let's assume that you have drunk a few shots of liquor and have cheated on your SO. This is the first time you have ever cheated, and you are afraid of revealing it because your SO may enter a state of unfortunate disarray, sadness, anger, or worse, yet you still feel guilty (or do you?). Do you still tell your SO the truth, or keep quiet?
3) Let's assume that you are at work as a judge. There's a man on trial, and you have to make the decision to either convict him to death or free him. You know that he is innocent, so it would seem wrong to kill an innocent man. However, there is a nearly uncontrollable riot outside, threatening to fight if the man isn't convicted to death. If you don't convict the man to death, then the riot will attack and the riot police will be forced to retaliate; you're sure at least 10 people will die. What do you do?
Thanks for answering.