^This. I have no problem with moving to Canada or Europe if I had the funds.
About the topic,
I don't think you can have an absence of logic. It would just be bad logic, or logically false. But to have anti-logic would require that logic in itself doesn't exist, but then how do you define anti-logic? I don't think it's possible.
I disagree… Emotions don’t come from rational and logical thinking, They are impulsive behavior or state which are affected based on your moods, past experience, taste, etc. for example; it would be logical to always drive at the speed limit, but because of emotions like stress (to be at work on time) or pride (to show off), you be driving faster at times and risk getting a ticket. If I am angry at you and choose to hit you, there will consequence to which I could of avoided with rational thinking.
What I mean is, from a survival perspective, emotions are highly beneficial. You will naturally want to continually have positive emotions caused by doing things you enjoy, whereas anything that makes you sad you will not want to do again. It's all instinct.
This will make you think. Y'know, if you have the patience to watch it all (or if you get hooked after 5 minutes like I did; although, there are parts that seem a bit ridiculous.)
I think we like to think everything we do is rational. I think a lot of the things we do in our mind without knowing it isn't at all rational, but it's more comforting to think that we have control over it.
I would be one to debate :p as I think humans are capable of both logical and illogical behavior, thinking and reactions.
However it would be a highly debated topic, considering most psychologist still debate this as there is no solid theory as of yet on the subject. You also have the argument from the metaphysical scientists point of view.
It is hard to prove it one way or the other since we know so little about how our brains work. Maybe in the future we will have a better understanding about them but until then I don't think either side could prove their point on whether emotions are logical or illogical.