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reasons subst. pl die Begründungen f
reasons subst. pl obs die Anlässe m obs
  die Gründe m
reasons subst. pl die Motive n
reasons for the judgment subst.   die Urteilsbegründung f
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Reason (argument) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a.new,#quickbar a.new{color:#ba0000} /* cache key: enwiki:resourceloader:filter:minify-css:5:f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Reason (argument) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Reasons) Jump to: , This article is about normative factors favoring a belief or action. For other related topics, see Reasons (disambiguation). In informal logic, a reason consists of either a single premise or co-premises in support of an argument. In formal symbolic logic, only single premises occur. In informal reasoning, two types of reasons exist. An evidential reason is a foundation upon which to believe that or why a claim is true. An explanatory reason attempts to convince you how something is or could be true, but does not directly convince you that it is true. In contrast to Philosophers often distinguish explanatory reasons from normative or justifying reasons. Explanatory reasons are considerations which serve to explain why things have happened?they are reasons why events occur, or why states of affairs are the way they are. In other words, "reason" can also be a synonym for "cause". For example, a reason why a car starts is that its ignition is turned. In the context of explaining the actions of beings who act for reasons (i.e., rational agents), these are called motivating reasons?e.g., the reason why Bill went to college was to learn; i.e., that he would learn was his motivating reason. At least where a rational agent is acting rationally, her motivating reasons are those considerations which she believes count in favor of her so acting. Normative reasons, on the other hand, are often said to be "considerations which count in favor" of some state of affairs (this is, at any rate, a common view, notably held by Some philosophers (one being ) view these as the same as "explanations of ought facts". Just as explanatory reasons explain why some descriptive fact obtains (or came to obtain), normative reasons on this view explain why some normative facts ob... mehr

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