Starting with the reproduction -- since you've stated that you have human-level intelligence, you have two options:
- offspring with a long development period (time where its brain develops, time where its body grows to an adult size). A long development period always necessitates a period of parental attachment because the offspring will be nearly helpless at birth (human babies are designed to have maximal brain/skull size with minimal body size to keep brain functioning). There will be at least one nurturer; depending on how strenuous birth is there might even be more than one nurturer. And that for a comparatively long period of time, probably years. If there isn't some social glue like emotions keeping the nurturer(s) linked to the offspring to help it grow and learn, it gets kind of really hard to make sure all the resources invested into the next generation survive to adulthood. So your society will definitely have parental love and empathy and gratitude and happiness (plus the entire associated negative emotion spectrum).
- Genetic memory (no teaching necessary, physical development can be quite quick). This can result in large batches of quickly-maturing offspring, with obviously little to no emotional attachment from parent to child. However, between the children of a single batch, there could develop some kind of... hive-mind like structures, since they essentially all have the same memory. Even between siblings of different batches, there will be a lot of similarity. It might result in a very ordered society with very hierarchical structures of which genetic memory-line they originated from. There might be a lot of positive emotions associated with self-sacrifice due to redundancy (since there are others of the batch who will carry on the memory line).
Emotions that can never be denied are ones having to do with self-preservation. If your creatures don't have a self-preservation instinct, they cannot have survived for long let alone evolved to an intelligent species. So, no matter how strong or weak the self-preservation instinct (weaker with genetic memory and many offsprings), there will be positive feelings linked to survival, anything making survival possible, finding enough to eat, etc.. And negative emotions like fear and hurt and sadness for getting hurt.
Since you have an intelligent species, you will probably have a good measure of curiosity and ingenuity and playfulness. If a species doesn't try things out and try to figure things out and try to understand the world around them, make use of the world around them, they probably can't be termed 'intelligent'. So curiosity and ingenuity etc. are probably linked to positive feelings, too, due to evolution making sure those traits survive (as long as they help with the species's survival). Society might impose a different nurture over that when it wants to retain a status quo.
Once you stipulate you have a society, you pretty much have already said that you have empathy. Even in the genetic memory hierarchy, that must the case. If there was no empathy, you'd have a society of sociopaths (people who cannot understand what the others feel and so why hurting others is bad). Either they'd wipe themselves out, or they'd quickly go their own ways -- meaning no society in both cases. So, society implies empathy.
On the other hand, society also implies prejudice and a whole slew of negative emotions. Once you have a stable group (=society), everyone not inside is other and foreign. Anyone not wanting to integrate must be labeled as 'bad' because that protects the society. Anyone hurting the group must be labeled as 'bad' and driven out; otherwise they could destroy the group. The group must be defended against outside influences, including other people. And so on and so forth.
All in all, I'd say their society is no better or worse than ours. Yes, they might not have all the issues and emotions dealing with sex and genders, but they have all the other emotional problems and prejudices. Depending on how strongly their biology and evolutionary nature values 'individual' versus 'society', their emotions might be weighted differently. However, they should be pretty much the same in their base components.
So, I'd say they will have a technological superiority if they've had a longer time to develop than we have. Or if their curiosity - versus- fear-of-all-foreign weighting is different. Depends, really.