On the limits for rationality

The problem for rationality is that every statement can be both an assumption and a deduction, and that logical reasoning thereby is stuck in an eternal dance around an imaginary center (ie, the middle between assumption and deduction).

It means that rationality is useful for those that are looking for a solution on a practical problem, but useless for those who are looking for something to believe in. Rationality thus can’t become a religion, because it lacks Gods per definition.

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