Tag Archives: reasons

My arguments are backed by reasons.

Most of those reasons, though, are people I know.

U.S. radicalism as a structural location.

U.S. radicals turn to the right questions for the right motives; the problem is they do it in the wrong way for the wrong reasons.

Rules are shorthand for reasons.

I have become adept at a practice not when I know how to apply the rules in most situations. The situation is more like I understand the reasons behind the rules and therefore no longer use them.

Reasons and rationalizations.

Reasons will eventually run out. Rationalizations go on endlessly.

Flipped out.

Everything happens for a reason. A reason happens for everything.

Arguments need grounds—that is, provisional reasons.

Grounds understood as ultimate foundations, though, give us good reasons for standing on the ceiling.