Oh I read the comment that prompted the question. This guy is going on the assumption that logic and emotion are mutually exclusive. It’s a common idea, which happens to be wrong. You can’t separate logic from emotion. Each thing you believe to be true, is based on some other belief. You can trace this all the way back to a belief that is no longer supported by a other belief -a core belief. Now, why do we hold our core beliefs? Because they feel right
Meaning: the only way for someone to really fundamentally change their mind, is by experiencing a significant emotional event. Or series of events. This is why it is so hard to change minds with logic. Logic by itself does jack shit. It needs to be supported by emotion.
Thinking you can rely solely on logic (or solely on emotion) will only result in a lot of frustration. Coincidentally, you will see this sort of logic worship mostly in men who are culturally pressured to suppress their emotions as if they were a bad thing.