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reasoning 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈrēzəniNG/,
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reasonings, plural;
  1. The action of thinking about something in a logical, sensible way
    • - he explained the reasoning behind his decision at a media conference

  1. thinking that is coherent and logical
  2. intelligent: endowed with the capacity to reason
  3. (reasoned) logically valid; "a sound argument"
  4. Reasoning is the cognitive process of looking for reasons, beliefs, conclusions, actions or feelings.
  5. The Reasoning are a rock band from Cardiff, formed in August 2005 by Bass Guitarist Matthew Cohen. Along with Matthew, the band initially consisted of Dylan Thompson - vocals/guitar, Gareth Jones - vocals/keyboards, Lee Wright - guitars, Vinden Wylde - drums and award-winning singer Rachel Cohen ...
  6. (Reasoned) Reason is a mental faculty found in humans, that is able to generate conclusions from assumptions or premises. In other words, it is amongst other things the means by which rational beings propose specific reasons, or explanations of cause and effect. ...
  7. Action of the verb to reason; The deduction of inferences or interpretations from premises; abstract thought; ratiocination
  8. (reasoned) which is based on reasoning; which is the result of logical thought
  9. (Reasoning : S) olving some problem implicitly, sing symbols to represents objects or solutions. Thinking one's way through a problem rather than engaging in overt trial & error.
  10. The process of thinking in which conclusions are drawn from a set of facts; thinking directed toward a given goal or objective.
  11. Engaging in a process that leads to a conclusion or inference using known facts or assumptions.
  12. The mental processes of those who reason; especially the drawing of conclusions or inferences from observations, facts, or hypotheses; the evidence or arguments used in this procedure. ...
  13. is the ability to infer logical consequences from a set of asserted facts or axioms. In our terms, the inference rules are commonly specified by means of an ontology language, and a description language. Inference commonly proceeds by forward chaining and backward chaining.
  14. The process of making and supporting a judgment; giving reasons to defend the conclusion.
  15. In a court opinion (either majority or minority), one of the justices writes up the major legal factors which support the decision.
  16. e.g., the ability to prove whether its invocation condition is true, and to determine what are its arguments.
  17. is the process whereby people make evaluations, generate arguments, and reach conclusions. (see Thinking Strategies)
  18. An aspect of the argumentative texture of texts, the inner reasoning of a discourse provides the basis or the proof which supports the text's thesis. Some of this reasoning is logical. ...
  19. According to the Scottish philosopher Thomas Reid, reasoning is the process by which we pass from one judgement to another (Reid, 1863, cited in Thomson, 1892). Alternatively, it the process by which humans "draw explicit conclusions from evidence" (Wason and Johnson-Laird, 1972, p1). ...
  20. when you have multiple attacking options, plus multiple threats to deal with, improved reasoning will help you choose better moves to make.
  21. one form of thinking