The gradual case of reason

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PostSun Mar 06, 2011 6:37 pm » by Tertiusgaudens


If we say simply reason, we are actually dancing on a wide field.

Reason is not simply a thing, a case of deduction, an appearing of more or less logical insights. It is rather a gradual process thing, a wide field, as I said.

Thus reason has different stages, realities and efficacies, which differet people help to feel a certain mental sureness.

One may be pleased by having found the reason of cumulus clouds are related to thunderstorms being true. Or that the universe is built by amazing patterns being true. Or that our brain is a filter machine protecting us of getting mad being faitly true. Whatever it might be...

The gradual character of the reason thing is related to the ability to comprehend thus being a matter of talent and education.

Have you for istance ever heard of Poincare`s Guess (google it)? It has been solved by Grigori Perelman (google and find the amazing story behind it). Or have you ever heard of the Navier–Stokes existence and smoothness problem? Google it...

You understand propably hebrew. And here is the point - we have only reasonable understandings at certain levels depending on our understanding abilities. Thus reason is a matter of level and ability - a matter of graduation.

From there we must be sober enough stating, that a countable reason being revealed to someone does not necessarily mean, another one will also understand and take it.

It is the other way around.

A reason someone found, how reasonable it would be, can not serve as a reasonable reason to another one in a constraining way.

Taking that seriously is indeed an expression of love, which exceeds every reason thing indeed...
Hope is the thing with feathers...
Emily Dickinson

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PostMon Mar 07, 2011 12:12 am » by Tertiusgaudens


You might have found a reasonable reason for God, and you might even try to discuss it in a convincing way - this does not mean your reason will ´become a reason of the other one.

We as humans have to live with that.
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Emily Dickinson



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