"Feeling tends to be all or none. When present, the INTP's concern for others is intense, albeit naive. In a crisis, this feeling judgement is often silenced by the emergence of Thinking, who rushes in to avert chaos and destruction. In the absence of a clear principle, however, INTPs have been known to defer judgement and to allow decisions about interpersonal matters to be left hanging lest someone be offended or somehow injured. INTPs are at risk of being swept away by the shadow in the form of their own strong emotional impulses." (from the typelogic.com profile by Joe Butt)
I admit I don't understand most INTP's approaches to emotions here (I really appreciate mine and love emotionally immersive experiences), and have been "accused" of being an INFP more than once because of it (I still suspect I am quite often). But if you identifty with Ti and Ne, you identify with Ti and Ne (read up on the cognative functions to double check if this is you). I use them both. I have feelings. Strong ones, at times. That's normal. All people have feelings. If you don't have any feelings at all you should probably see someone.
PS. Seeing the "big picture" is actually normal for an INTP. Einstein (INTP) hated mathematical proofs and only worked out the math behind his theories because it would never be accepted otherwise. N = big picture, and all people who prefer intuition prefer to focus on it (although INTP's are arguably one of the most details-oriented of the N's...I'll explain why if you wish).