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Peter McLaughlin

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Re: The subject of reason + complementary postulates
« on: December 29, 2017, 05:24:09 pm »
Hi Supreme
It’s very important to define reason and reasonable to understand this statement.  Dennis gets into these definitions in the book “01 Insanity Point”

To give you the short answer to your question, reason is sanity and reasonable is what is in agreement with reality. So a person who thinks he is a bird and steps off the 3rd story ledge while flapping his arms will crash into the ground.  He has lost his sanity or lost his reason and is doing what is unreasonable or not in agreement with the law of gravity.

So reason is what is possible in this reality we share and that defines what is possible or what is reasonable behavior.

A reasonable postulate for me is one that agrees with my understanding of reality. Therefor it complements my understanding of reality.