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Ratiocination Definition in Context 601 Words

Ratiocination definition in real context with images from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam for advanced learners of English about philosophy. Learn the word, ratiocination in short passages.

/ˌra-tē-ˌō-sə-ˈnā-shən/ (noun)

Ratiocination definition

the process of thinking logically and rationally to come to a conclusion, deduction, inference, judgment, reasoning, rational thinking


Intuition is defined as the ability to acquire knowledge without the use of reason. Some liken intuition to a gut feeling, or to unconscious thinking.

Rational thinking or ratiocination is defined as the use of reason, the capacity to make sense of things, and the use of logic to establish and verify facts. Some liken rational thought to effortful or conscious thinking.

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