On the Difference Between Reasons and Causes

Topic:Communication
Posted on:Apr 28, 2017
Captured by:Flint M
Method:Dictation

There’s a difference in the cognitive zone between the reason and the cause.  All causes are reasons, but not all reasons are causes. Now anyone can argue by changing my meaning and saying that all reasons are causes. But I’m going to stay closer to the essence of the concept. You could say these causes lead to this conclusion, but it’s not quite the same. Causes are more about phenomenon, reasons are more about propositions.

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