The myth of reason goes right along with the myth of certainty. Both far more related to emotional states than anything else. I consider reason to be a codification of a limited set of emotional states, rather than something fundamentally special. It’s effective limiting emotions to just a few and calling it Reason in the same way that it’s been shown that computers can do an awful lot with just a flip and a flop. I can’t wait ’til they add a third state; then computers will be a _little_ more like people but even with a Tertiary logic, they’ll still have a long way to go but they’ll definitely be closer.