Having reason, or the faculty of reasoning; endowed with reason or understanding; reasoning.
Agreeable to reason; not absurd, preposterous, extravagant, foolish, fanciful, or the like; wise; judicious; as, rational conduct; a rational man.
Holds for voters that take actions they believe are most likely to lead their preferred outcome -- regardless of whether it is reasonable for them to prefer that outcome.
Mental effort that relates spiritual intuition, logical relationship and sensual observation. Logic is an aspect of rationality that lacks in spiritual values.
based on reasoning or logic; sensible; clear and logical thought.
grounded in the faculty of reason rather than in sensibility. (See also intelligible.)
Having the ability to reason. Logical.
adj. that which is related to or based on man’s power to reason consistently
(adj) Having reason or understanding.
Having reason or understanding; based on or agreeable to reason.
Making choices on the basis of reason as opposed to emotion.
Relating to the reason; not physical; mental.