Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Reasons ????

A man or child or woman with a "reason" is just a person with an excuse!

Here is their definition of reason. Mine follows...

taken from [here]


[ree-zuhn] Show IPA
1. a basis or cause, as for some belief, action, fact, event, etc.: the reason for declaring war.
2. a statement presented in justification or explanation of a belief or action.
3. the mental powers concerned with forming conclusions, judgments, or inferences.
4. sound judgment; good sense.
5. normal or sound powers of mind; sanity.
6. Logic. a premise of an argument.
7. Philosophy.
a. the faculty or power of acquiring intellectual knowledge, either by direct understanding of first principles or by argument.
b. the power of intelligent and dispassionate thought, or of conduct influenced by such thought.
c. Kantianism. the faculty by which the ideas of pure reason are created.
–verb (used without object)
8. to think or argue in a logical manner.
9. to form conclusions, judgments, or inferences from facts or premises.
10. to urge reasons which should determine belief or action.
–verb (used with object)
11. to think through logically, as a problem (often fol. by out).
12. to conclude or infer.
13. to convince, persuade, etc., by reasoning.
14. to support with reasons.
15. bring (someone) to reason, to induce a change of opinion in (someone) through presentation of arguments; convince: The mother tried to bring her rebellious daughter to reason.
16. by reason of, on account of; because of: He was consulted about the problem by reason of his long experience.
17. in or within reason, in accord with reason; justifiable; proper: She tried to keep her demands in reason.
18. stand to reason, to be clear, obvious, or logical: With such an upbringing it stands to reason that the child will be spoiled.
19. with reason, with justification; properly: The government is concerned about the latest crisis, and with reason.

1175–1225; ME resoun, reisun (n.) < class="ital-inline">reisun, reson < class="ital-inline">ratiōn- (s. of ratiō) ratio

rea⋅son⋅er, noun

Now mine...

The "reason" is not the reflection on the matter but the excuse that it will happen again. It is not the reflection but the prediction of it happening again, because the reason is the means of understanding. When you are told a reason you are actually being told this "accept reason with the subjectivity and results"you are not being offered a cure but being offered a never ending ordeal.

No one ever had a bad reason to do anything right, right?

If so then nobody ever had a bad reason to do anything wrong then, right?

Then as implicated every reason is right and justified in its judgments and actions, correct?

This only means that reasoning is base on the bias of the other person.

In my world if a person has a reason to love me I will be loved, hate me I will be hated, not have faith in me I will never be trusted.

Because there is a reason!

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