Reasoning is the power of the mind to think, understand, and form judgements logically (2).
The intellect can mix, match, merge, sift, and sort concepts, perceptions, and experience, logic.
The awareness of this process of reasoning is consciousness.
Two types of reasoning (deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning) are normally employed.
Deductive reasoning proceeds from general principles, applies general principles to reach specific conclusions. It is dependent on its premises: a false premise can possibly lead to a false result. The evidence provided must be determined before the conclusion.
Inductive reasoning proceeds from specific information to derive a general principle. Inductive reasoning is the complement of deductive reasoning.
It is recommended to keep the mind in good functionality until advanced age, intellectually active through learning, training or reading. Physical activity promotes blood irrigation to the brain. Socialize to reduce stress. Keep sleep time regular to avoid depression or emotional instability and to observe good nutrition.
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