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For the mathematical meaning of the term, see Rational number

Rational means having reason or understanding of something, being agreeable to reason, being reasonable.

Politics

Rationality is usually associated with Conservative political beliefs. Liberals, on the other hand, rely on emotion and a government-Deep State-media cabal to silence dissent.[1] On the other hand, the humanistic and atheistic French Revolution, which was the birthplace of the left wing, also emphasized "rational" measures in place of religion due to the influence of the French Enlightenment.

References

  1. https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/10/09/the-good-censor-google-growth-strategy-shift-towards-censorship-to-appease-authoritarian-governments/