It stands to reason là gì

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a. The basis or motive for an action, decision, or conviction: There are good reasons khổng lồ learn a foreign language. See Usage Notes at because, why.
b. A declaration made to lớn explain or justify action, decision, or conviction: What reasons did she give for leaving?
c. A fact or cause that explains why something exists or has occurred: The reason for the building"s collapse is unknown.
a. The capacity for logical, rational, và analytic thought; intelligence: "Most of us would like to believe that when we say something is right or wrong, we are using our powers of reason alone" (Carl Zimmer).

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b. The limit of what is reasonable: "It is a curious thing that, when a man hates or loves beyond reason, he is ready to lớn go beyond reason to lớn gratify his feelings" (Rudyard Kipling).
2. lớn persuade or dissuade (someone) with reasons: "You boast ... Of having reasoned him out of his absurd romance" (William Makepeace Thackeray).
2. to talk or argue logically & persuasively: tried to reason with her son to eat a good breakfast.

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Synonyms: reason, intuition, understanding, judgment These nouns refer lớn the intellectual faculty by which humans seek or attain knowledge or truth. Reason is the power to lớn think rationally & logically and to draw inferences: "Mere reason is insufficient to convince us of its veracity" (David Hume). Intuition is perception or comprehension, as of truths or facts, without the use of the rational process: I trust my intuitions when it comes khổng lồ assessing someone"s character. Understanding is the faculty by which one understands, often together with the resulting comprehension: "The greatest dangers lớn liberty lurk in insidious encroachment by men of zeal, well-meaning but without understanding" (Louis D. Brandeis). Judgment is the ability lớn assess situations or circumstances & draw sound conclusions: "At twenty years of age, the will reigns; at thirty, the wit; và at forty, the judgment" (Benjamin Franklin). See Also Synonyms at cause, think.
5. (Philosophy) philosophy the intellect regarded as a source of knowledge, as contrasted with experience