(1) Reason isn’t just pragmatically useful; indeed, it is self-refuting and circular to assert that it is.
(2) Reason isn’t a contingent, local, perspectivalist feature of our evolved nature. It has universal applicability. Evolution produces local, contingent dispositions, not universal, necessary ones.
(3) Reason is intrinsically normative.
(4) Reason takes us beyond appearances to the hidden, intelligible structure of the world.
(5) In contrast to the senses, which put us in contact with objects via causal chains, reason is not mediated by mechanisms that could be selected by evolutionary processes; rather, reason puts us in immediate, direct contact with the rational order.(6) Reason is active and involves agency (for example, it isn’t Sphexish); sensation is passive.
See J. P. Moreland's review here.