I have again a word usage problem. I wonder if a non-living sentence subject can reason. According to Wikipedia:
Reason is a term that refers to the capacity human beings have to make sense of things, to establish and verify facts, and to change or justify practices, institutions, and beliefs.
And from the conjugator, I found that I can us it in this context:
You have not reasoned about that
I have used that verb in a precise context in an old text and I wonder if it was correct. The truth is that I believe the sentence come from my native language (French). So here is a shortened version of that sentence:
Spatial reasoning uses concrete numbers to reason.
I also have to say that WhiteSmoke corrector do not find any problem with that.