Posted by languageandgrammar on December 10, 2008
Whenever I hear someone give a logical reason, I wonder how many illogical reasons they’ve given.
A reason is the basis or cause of a belief or action, and it’s assumed that that these beliefs or causes are based on logic. We don’t generally make our decisions based on a lack of logic; at least I hope we don’t. That’s why a logical reason is redundant, at least for most of us.
Paul’s book–Literally, the Best Language Book Ever
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