According to the written history, the background of the philosophical discussion of reason
dates back to the pre-Socratic period.
In addition to presenting the specific reasons
for moving, the report combines these reasons
into four collapsed categories: housing-related (48 percent); family-related, such as a change in marital status or establishing one's own household (30 percent); job-related (19 percent); and other (2 percent).
Third, Skorupski appeals to agent-neutral reasons
in several of his analyses.
Before we turn to see how this 'normative/explanatory nexus', as Raz calls it, works in practice, it is worth noting that there are resources outside the reasons
view to address the difficulty identified with Brandom's account.
For example, the Facilitative Principle implies that if you have an undefeated reason
to avoid killing yourself, and you could avoid feeling hungry this afternoon either by eating a sandwich or by killing yourself, then you have not only a reason
to eat a sandwich, but also a reason
to kill yourself.
Thus, from the point of view of reason
, Islam and secularism have important similarities: both admit of its use only in the pursuit of utilitarian purposes and reject it in the pursuit of philosophical or theological knowledge.
According to Robert Audi in his book Religious Commitment and Secular Reason
, a citizen in a liberal democracy has a prima facie obligation to appeal only to secular reason
or to be sufficiently motivated only by secular reason
to support or oppose legislation or policy in the public arena.
President Woodrow Wilson--so often characterized in our history books as an "idealist"--lied about the reasons
for entering the First World War, saying it was a war to "make the world safe for democracy," when it was really a war to make the world safe for the Western imperial powers.
to watch college football this year is UTEP, where Mike Price, quarterback Jordan Palmer and one of the country's best groups of receivers plan to continue last year's improvement.
Gain also cannot be excluded or limited if the taxpayer's primary reason
for selling the residence is a preference for a different residence or improvement in financial circumstances.
why--the recent fire--gives me a rationale to buy into it, a believable explanation of why I might really get 50 percent off, rather than just another garden-variety, totally unbelievable and unmotivating "half price sale.
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.
And yet, for Caputo, this conclusion seemingly echoes Kant's famous introduction to the Critique of Pure Reason
, where Kant says he has been forced to deny knowledge in order to make room for faith.