Despite what the MBTI claims, logical and emotional are not opposites.
You mean to tell me that,
- because I cried when I watched Brokeback Mountain and Never Let Me Go;
- because I empathise with a character in a book;
- because I’m moved by the majesty of nature;
- because I relate to people, because I listen, because I think other perspectives are valid;
- because I like art,
that I can’t follow a deductive argument? That I can’t understand modus ponens or learn to program a computer? Or conversely, that because a kid scored 100% on the math test, that s/he has no feelings?
That doesn’t make sense.
Just like the artist-versus-businessman-versus-engineer divide, logical-versus-emotional is an artificial, invalid, made-up limitation on people.