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  1. #1 the best reasoning 
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    (human) nature is the best reasoning.reasonging your self nature or nature of others,you will get philosophy:reasoning nature of the world,you get science.and philosophy and science will influence or react on us,so,the reasoning becomes a cycle,what is changed is nature .so,(human) nature is the best reasoning.


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    Your one sentence brain fart posts and several threads with no point for dialog indicate that you have not yet reasoned yourself into an understanding that this is a discussion forum, not a blog or personal notebook.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphinbubble
    (human) nature is the best reasoning.
    Human nature is an amalgam of biochemical reactions, autonomic processes and genetically determined behaviour, overlain with culturally acquired characteristics.

    Reasoning is a process of consciously evaluating data.

    Consequently your statement is pure nonsense.
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    It doesn't make sense, but I'd give you the benefit of the doubt.
    I know, the English language is a miserable medium of expression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theSocraticomplex
    I know, the English language is a miserable medium of expression.
    Shakespeare?
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    I don't even care about the lingual abilities. My point pertained to the several threads this user has created which were random pseudo-intellectual non-conversational uni-dimensional unsupported brain diarrhea. I imagine it's a young adult who is high trying to sound profound, but to be frank I have no patience for either... any more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphinbubble
    (human) nature is the best reasoning.reasonging your self nature or nature of others,you will get philosophy:reasoning nature of the world,you get science.and philosophy and science will influence or react on us,so,the reasoning becomes a cycle,what is changed is nature .so,(human) nature is the best reasoning.
    Well this is an improvement on your first entry. If you would take the time to use recognised punctuation and formatting it would be even better. Adding afew further clarifying words might be a benefit also.

    Human nature is the best form of reasoning.
    Reasoning that addresses the nature of yourself, or of others, is philosophy.
    Reasoning that addresses the nature of the world is science.
    Philosophy and science will influence us, including how we reason. Consequently reasoning becomes a cycle where it changes our philosophy and science, which changes our reasoning processes, which changes our philosophy and science.
    Ultimately what is changed is our very nature, and this continues to change through a positive feedback.

    For these reasons I believe human nature is responsible for the most productive and effective reasoning.


    Does that accurately reflect what you were trying to say?
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    Human nature is the best form of reasoning.
    Reasoning that addresses the nature of yourself, or of others, is philosophy.
    Reasoning that addresses the nature of the world is science.
    Philosophy and science will influence us, including how we reason. Consequently reasoning becomes a cycle where it changes our philosophy and science, which changes our reasoning processes, which changes our philosophy and science.
    Ultimately what is changed is our very nature, and this continues to change through a positive feedback.

    For these reasons I believe human nature is responsible for the most productive and effective reasoning.

    This is definitely better and easier to understand ... nice....
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    Dolphin, I already told you this is not good to smoke prohibited substances.

    Or.....

    Is Dolphin the ultimate bot, an artificial intelligence experiment of a mad chinese hacker who is only mastering chinglish ?

    The mystery is deepening...
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