Reason lies at the foundation of a concept we consider innovation.
Reason is the imperfect “science,” guiding us to a new and better discovery of root-cause. Reason cannot provide all evidence needed to prove its claims, but it must refute all reasonable attacks against it. Reason delivers new arguments to subjugate the current situation to a higher-order normalization of root-cause. New relativity of understanding of cause from which a plethora of new consequential and more efficient actions can be derived.
Innovation, therefore, is a new normalization of root-cause strong enough to shift the burden of proof to the status quo.