Can being emotionless be considered good? Answered
Consider this: is an individual person better of with emotion, or with pure logic and a strict moral code?
I mean, lots and lots of bad things in the world originate from emotion. People hurt others because they are angry, or because they are sad and want to feel better, or sometimes even for pleasure.
Others' are moderately to seriously impeded by fear ( like phobia), by guilt, depression, anger; revenge and pleasure (STD's, for example). Do the positive sides outweigh those?
And before you answer, think this: people say sociopaths and psychopaths are emotionless, and therefore kill. but those merely suffer a lack of empathy and concience, and do bad stuff to satisfy their pleasure. Because, is there any logical reason to hurt or kill another human?
And think about the Star Trek: The Next Generation character "Data" (if you know him). Emotionless, but the last person (or android, for that matter) in the galaxy to hurt another person without reason.