Both powerful, it differs from a situation to another, however it would be the best when they are align.

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Some intellectuals do use their brains as a source of escape. <br />
Over time they can end up remaining immature and naive,<br />
and find relating with people painfully difficult.<br />
But this stereotype, with all the inherent mistakes of prejudice,<br />
leads some people to assume that just because someone is highly rational, <br />
they must be an idiot when it comes to emotional awareness and relationship skills.<br />
It's an especially common bias among New Agers.<br />
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Rational intelligence and emotional intelligence <br />
can work equally well without affecting each other,<br />
or,<br />
either can affect the other.<br />
An example of the two styles working together well is ethics.<br />
It requires compassion and insight to understand<br />
how people are affected by particular behaviours,<br />
to appreciate cause and effect on the larger levels of society,<br />
and to see how ethics have a cumulative effect for both individuals and groups.<br />
But it also takes rational thought to work out the right solutions.

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yes, because emotions are not rational.

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I like you.... Balance can and should achieved easily but it isnt that cut n dry. When emotions are ruling rational.does take a back seat abandoning sometimes the effort. Crimes of passion occur or cold callousness is displayed both can be real vulgar displays in their power, if not careful.

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Good question, I would have to say yes

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While emotion tends to impede reason, emotional intelligence is just as much a product of intelligence as rational intelligence.

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I do not find that to be the case. I have personally know many genius-level (IQs greater than 150) people with rational intelligence. Some of them were uber nerds and geeks with zero social skills. But some of them also had high EQ/EI.

The one thing I have found in most of the high IQ/EQ people is that their rationality prevents them from being effective self-promoters because facts and truth are too important to bend and obfuscate -- that is, they don't lie very well.

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