Friday, October 28, 2005


Reason Provides Reasonable Things.

The reason for doing things is to provide things and situations that are the product of reason. Inversely if you have situations and things that are functional, they are the product of reason.
If things are done for reasons, they are not random. They are intentional and therefore require intelligent intent. This is a truism.
There are many reasons to understand that reason is a basic function of reality.
We do not live in a systemless, random existence. We live in a world of order and functional experience.

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