Reason

Reason, in philosophy is more than mere understanding or reasoning power; it is the constitutive and regulative soul of the universe assumed to live and breathe in the inner life or soul of man, as that develops itself in the creations of human genius working in accord with and revealing the deep purpose of the Maker.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Real-schule * Reason
Ré, Isle of
Reade, Charles
Reading
Reading
Real
Real
Real Presence
Realism
Realm, Estates of the
Real-schule
Reason
Reason
Reason, Goddess of
Réaumur
Rebecca the Jewess
Rebeccaites
Rebellion
Récamir, Madame
Recanati
Recension
Rechabites

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Reason in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Coward, William
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Duncan, Daniel
Fiddes, Richard
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