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reason

1. Philosophy the intellect regarded as a source of knowledge, as contrasted with experience
2. Logic grounds for a belief; a premise of an argument supporting that belief
3. reasons of State political justifications for an immoral act

reason

the capacity of the human mind to make logical inferences, undertake rational arguments, understand the world, solve problems. What the nature, social determinants and limits of this capacity are, however, is much debated. See RATIONALISM IDEALISM, EMPIRICISM, ONTOLOGY; see also PRACTICAL REASONING.
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Reasoner, founder of the Fox Valley circle, discovered Laughter Yoga in early 2011 while watching Oprah.
We also compared our Fuzzy Realizer and the well-known fuzzy reasoner FuzzyDL [6, 9]; this was done by replacing the Classification module with the fuzzy reasoner FuzzyDL.
THURSDAY Obsidians: Andrew Reasoner Wildlife Preserve, 2 miles, 450 feet of elevation gain.
"HermiT: An OWL 2 Reasoner" In Journal of Automated Reasoning October 2014, Volume 53, Issue 3, pp 245-269.
The next section will discuss the technique of transforming the UML-based model into DL ontology to verify the correctness of the model with the help of a popular reasoner.
A DL structure consists of two parts, terminological box (TBox) and assertion box (ABox), representing a reasoner system.
These new studies also shed light on how, after 1956 and until the late 1970s, the birth and evolution of the socialist 'new left' movement in Britain was at the centre of the stage in the trajectories of Thompson and Saville, a factor demonstrated by their work with the New Reasoner and the later New Left Review (from which they left in 1963).
From the services gathered, a dynamic menu is generated with the help of the Reasoner and Flow Decider and the FSM is in state q5.