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Logical Reason

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

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One Response to “Logical Reason”

  1. sandysays1 said

    So true, Paul. Politicians frequently claim to employ logical reasoning to make decisions. Does that mean the redundant process breeds greed and stupidity? Unlike you sir, reason and logic are strangers to their land. Visit me at: http://www.SandySays1.wordpress.com

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