I was wondering if any INTP's here embrace their emotions. And I think that might be the key difference between the INFP and the INTP for anybody who is wondering the difference.
As for me, I feel emotions, sometimes strongly. However... I try to analyze my emotions. And it is often after the fact. I can rarely describe the mood that I am currently in. And often times, the mood is just devoid, indifferent, ambiguous or stoic altogether. If emotions come up in odd situations, I basically try to throw water over the flame and get rid of them as to calm their intensity. If I find myself even thinking about acting on an emotion, strict analyzing comes into play and I generally rationalize why I was feeling that way as to not make an unwise decision.
As for the INFP, I am thinking they actually embrace their emotions... in fact, they might LIVE on these emotions and want to make them stronger. Watch movies, listen to music, etc. in the efforts to intensify them. Read into characters in order to relate to them and intensify them. Then when their feeling is at a height, they will make a decision on how a choice makes them feel. Such as not eating meat makes me feel good. Or helping these people out makes me feel good. Dressing like X makes me feel good and different. Doing a certain thing makes me feel good and ultimately super unique from everybody else. They want to create a rich identity of themselves.
In contrast, for the INTP, I think they want to transcend any kind of personal identity, and if going if more "spiritually" inclined which an INTP might be skeptical over the term, it would be to more eliminate the ego and become one with the universe and world of ideas, like they are out of their bodies or something. Seeking an objective truth that they can live by.