Far as he was from being capable of rational reflection at that moment, he felt that no one would behave like that with a person who was going to be arrested.
Meanwhile it would seem, as regards the moral question, that his analysis was complete; his casuistry had become keen as a razor, and he could not find rational objections in himself.
Of course, in the future society there will be no need of assets, but her part will have another significance, rational and in harmony with her environment.
"You always have been a very rational person and you’ve never been mad, never," he observed suddenly with warmth.
From a hundred rabbits you can’t make a horse, a hundred suspicions don’t make a proof, as the English proverb says, but that’s only from the rational point of view—you can’t help being partial, for after all a lawyer is only human.
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It’s hard to think rationally when I’m this upset.
Let’s try to ignore how upset we are for a moment and think about this rationally.