Traditional Chinese magic. Origins, practitioners, believers, principles, good & bad forms, everyday applications.
All of these forms of rationality have in common the association between reason and beliefs (superstition) or actions. But the first group of deliberative types of rationality emphasizes having reasons; the second group, of communicative types of rationality, focuses on giving reasons for actions. Obviously these are related: One of the points of having reasons for actions is to be able to justify them, and an agent cannot give reasons for beliefs or actions without having them.