In Part 1, we learn that political opinions don't come from rationally developing arguments.
The rational mind of course is correct, rationally—but we are not rational animals.
That is a message that might rationally resonate with independents, because it is rooted in fact.
When I fielded telephone calls, my attempts to rationally discuss the subject were complete failures.
Annie Martin is still too peeved to rationally discuss comic Steve Harvey.
But superiority is not rationally endowed with legislative power over others.
To a man there is but one choice that he can rationally make, a marriage of love.
But this is also a very dangerous idea, if not supplemented by a rationally grounded scale of values.
Outside of America there are no cars that are so rationally devised.
In these and similar cases, we hardly need to do more than the wishing—the world is rationally organized to do the rest.
late 14c., "pertaining to reason;" mid-15c., "endowed with reason," from Old French racionel and directly from Latin rationalis "of or belonging to reason, reasonable," from ratio (genitive rationis) "reckoning, calculation, reason" (see ratio).
rational ra·tion·al (rāsh'ə-nəl)
Having or exercising the ability to reason.
Influenced by reasoning rather than by emotion.
Of sound mind; sane.
Based on scientific knowledge or theory rather than practical observation.