[extropy-chat] examples of rational irrationalism

Lee Corbin lcorbin at rawbw.com
Sat Dec 9 19:52:34 UTC 2006

Kevin writes

> Is rational reason rational or should we be rationing reason reasonably?
> Sometimes I think that reasoning should be rationed in a way that is
> rational and provides a reasonable amount of reason to every reasonable
> topic.

<grin>  Good point.   This discussion has gotten clearly out of 


P.S. Rationed irrational reason might be preferable to irrationed rational
unreason;  although perhaps rationed but unreasonable rational irrationality
might be rationally more rationed yet!   :-)

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