Oh, very much agreed. Those emotions that do get through our emotional shields and barriers are quite potent and when they do end up getting released, it's not usually pretty. Or coherent. As well, we poo-poo emotions mainly, I think, because they have no place in our paradigm and run counter to that which we value most, pure, unsullied knowledge. However that is not to say there is not admiration for the feelers. While we seek and strtve to understand and tear down and rebuild life, they get to enjoy it. They get to have deeper bonds and relationships. They can understand each other on a level that I do not comprehend or really experience.Also, INTPs do have emotions! The thing about inferior Fe (that doesn't get talked about enough as much as it should for some reason) is that it can go either way; we either are underemotional and find it hard to tune into and understand the feelings of others or are actually quite emotional people, but find it hard to control it or use it appropriately. I'm an INTP who is prone to emotion, and I envy Feelers in their ability to use their emotions to their advantage, to foster creativity and relationships and harmony. Every function is incredibly useful in it's own way if used in a healthy manner.