Not quite but how about:

Reasonable Texts are part of complete "bundles" for courses in which a *significant* number of students can be *realistically* expected to learn some *real* mathematics.

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- A text that appeals to the reader's
rather than to her/his ability to*reason**memorize*stuff that makes no sense to them. - A chance for adults to
*learn*some mathematics … the way mathematicians do. - A text, with a
*story-line*, written to be read … and*reread*. - A presentation in which pedantic attention is paid to the
*linguistic*difficulties encountered in learning mathematics. - A political act to "enable people to get on better terms with reason—to learn to live with the truth." [Colin McGinn]
- An anti "Show and Tell, Drill and Kill" manifesto.
- Written and programmed in
__LaTeX__, with lots of vector graphics done in Intaglio but also editable in SVG. - A standalone version of a part of
. (**From Arithmetic to Differential Calculus**__In Preparation__.) - An instance of a
*model-theoretic*approach to mathematical exposition. - A treatment that, while not rigorous in the usual mathematical sense, sins only by venial omission.
- A work in progress by a mathematician who,
__almost fifty years ago__, decided he wanted to reconcile "just plain folks" with mathematics.

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The Oxford American Dictionaries gives the following which says it all:

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Rea•son•a•ble. |ˈrēz(ə)nəbəl|adjective

1 (of a person) having sound judgement; fair and sensible : no reasonable person could have objected.

- based on good sense : it seems a reasonable enough request | the guilt of a person on trial must be proved beyond reasonable doubt.
- archaic (of a person or animal) able to think, understand, or form judgements by a logical process : man is by nature reasonable.

- fairly good; average : the carpet is in reasonable condition.
- (of a price or product) not too expensive : a restaurant serving excellent food at reasonable prices | they are lovely shoes and very reasonable.

rea-son-a-ble-ness noun

ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French raisonable, suggested by Latin rationabilis ‘rational’, from ratio (see REASON ).

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reasonableadjective

1 a reasonable man | a reasonable explanation SENSIBLE, rational, logical, fair, fair-minded, just, equitable; intelligent, wise, levelheaded, practical, realistic; sound, reasoned, well-reasoned, valid, commonsensical; tenable, plausible, credible, believable.

2 you must take all reasonable precautions WITHIN REASON, practicable, sensible; appropriate, suitable.

3 cars in reasonable condition FAIRLY GOOD, acceptable, satisfactory, average, adequate, fair, all right, tolerable, passable; informal OK.

4 reasonable prices INEXPENSIVE, moderate, low, cheap, budget, bargain, downmarket; competitive.