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Reason is the analytic faculty of the human mind that maintains objectivity unto inspecting and organizing perceptions.
Reason may also refer to:
- Rationality, the quality or state of being reasonable, based on facts or reason
- Reason (argument), a factor which justifies or explains
- The cause of some thing
- Reason (magazine), a monthly libertarian magazine published by the Reason Foundation
- "Reason" (short story), a 1941 science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov
- Reason: Why Liberals Will Win the Battle for America, a 2010 book by Robert Reich
- Reason, a fictional weapon system from Neal Stephenson's novel Snow Crash
- Reason (software), a digital music workstation program
- Reason (Nami Tamaki song), a 2004 song by Nami Tamaki
- Reason (Shaman album), a 2005 album by Brazilian power metal band Shamaan
- Reason (Officium Triste album), a 2004 album by doom metal band Officium Triste
- Reason (Melanie C album), a 2003 album by singer Melanie C
- Reason (Violent Apathy album), 1995
- Reason (Selah Sue album), 2015
- Reason (No Angels song), a 2003 song by German pop band No Angels
- "Reason", a 2004 song by German dance trio Cascada
- "Reason", a bonus track on the Cranberries's album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
- Reason (EP), a 2003 EP by The Fray
- The Reason Foundation, a public policy think tank based in Los Angeles, California, U.S.
- Order of the Reason, a medieval military order native to Spain
- Reason (surname)
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