I've had this unanswered question for a long time. Now this is hard, with bias as a Thinker, so I'm asking others: What value does logical thinking have in life, outside of the math classroom? I mean, yes, critical thinking is important, and checking proofs is important like in philosophy. But besides that, any interaction with a person should be handled with emotions, not logic. It's been said that we never use anything higher than basic math in our daily lives, and philosophy moves so slow, its no wonder why no one likes it. Why do you spend 35% of your life at work? Because you love it--not for some logical reason.
I can almost find any situation that can go without direct logical thinking. If this is true, which it seems plausible, then what place does an INTP have? I'm finding that my understanding of everything from conversation cadence to music to emotions and everything else is built on logic, and I think its bullshit.