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Given Nate's situation, the fact that there is a surprise party waiting for him now at home is a reason for him to go home.
After Aristotle, reason found a different place in the philosophers' thinking.
This is because any reason for doing A will be, ipso facto, a reason for doing A rather than not doing A.
The concept he is chiefly interested in, though, is that of a reason relation.
Raz recommends a further step, that the agent's response to the world be guided by reason in the singular.
Thus, it is assumed that there is no moral law whose truthfulness is guaranteed by reason.
In August, he talked with reason Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie about the economic, cultural, and political implications of the Long Tail.
However, not everyone agrees that the fundamental constitutional issues should be debated and decided by appeal only to reason.
We would remind whoever we can that President Polk lied to the nation about the reason for going to war with Mexico in 1846.
The sale of the house is not within the safe harbor by reason of the change in place of employment from South Bend to Oakbrook, because the Oakbrook office is not 50 miles farther from A's house than was the South Bend office.
It gave a little reason in the headline--the 10-percent fruit juice--to explain why it tastes better than the average fruit soda.
Males who had not yet had sex were more likely than females to say that one reason for their decision was they believed that most students did not have sex.
Under a safe harbor, the primary reason for the sale or exchange is deemed to be a change in place of employment if a qualified individual's new place of employment is at least 50 miles farther from the residence sold or exchanged than was the former place of employment.
Knowing how to argue or reason is an important aim of education in general for a long time and is prominently anchored within curricula.