which is based on reasoning; which is the result of logical thought (adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of reason. (verb)
Examples of word reasoned
"Not here I think," said Anna-Rose, instantly and fatally ready as she always was to answer back and attempt what she called reasoned conversation.
Robb, who co-chaired the task force, told Reuters the group chose not to explicitly advocate military action in part because it did not want to turn what he described as a "reasoned, thoughtful approach into, 'This is bombs away.'"
A better route in reasoned debate is to probe the issue in alternative terms.
Insist that our opponents engage us in reasoned discourse, and insist that they address our rational arguments with rational arguments of their own.
It's absurd that you equate these two quite different statements and then use that equivalence to question the desire of others to engage in reasoned discourse.