The products of human reasoning are always artificial. Initially, any original state does not make much sense to us nor does it seem useful until it has been transformed into an artificial state. There are only two modes of reasoning: Deductive reasoning will create an artificial product of certain but valueless truth. Inductive reasoning will create an artificial product of value but uncertain truth. The function of human reasoning is to produce two artificial things: truths and values.
Truths and Values
Pattberg, Thorsten (2013), The East-West Dichotomy, Foreign Language Press, Beijing