R Hansens says: A. You reason about what you see. B. You see in things that which you have reasoned. C. You reason visually. I am great with A and B. I do not follow C at all.
This is a strawman of your own making. You're hung up on the word "reason" adn what *you* think is involved in it. Reasoning, at least, is a process. So is vision, and likewise envisioning. If one reaches a reasonable conclusion, using in part the visual parts of the brain, then the reasoning is at least in part visual.
Your definition of reason would seem to be "everything in the process except visualization,..." (and whatever else is on your personal list that you don't consider "reasoning".)
I don't care about that definition. I'd rather consider whatever is involved in the overall process.