Kant's Metaphysic Of Experience - Vol Ii

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KANTS METAPHYSIC OF EXPERIENCE- A COMMENTARY ON THE FIRST HALF OF THE KRITIK DER REINEN VERNUNFT by H. J. PATOM. Originally published in 1936. Contents include: VOLUME TWO. BOOK VII THE SCHEMATISM OF THE CHAPTER XXXII XXXIII XXXIV CATEGORIES . 3. 4. 5. CATEGORY AND SCHEMA 1. A summary of Kants argument 17 2. Importance of the chapter on Schematism 20 The transcendental Doctrine of Judgement 21 Subsumption under the categories 24 The difficulty of subsumption under the categories 25 6. The transcendental schema 28...
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KANTS METAPHYSIC OF EXPERIENCE- A COMMENTARY ON THE FIRST HALF OF THE KRITIK DER REINEN VERNUNFT by H. J. PATOM. Originally published in 1936. Contents include: VOLUME TWO. BOOK VII THE SCHEMATISM OF THE CHAPTER XXXII XXXIII XXXIV CATEGORIES . 3. 4. 5. CATEGORY AND SCHEMA 1. A summary of Kants argument 17 2. Importance of the chapter on Schematism 20 The transcendental Doctrine of Judgement 21 Subsumption under the categories 24 The difficulty of subsumption under the categories 25 6. The transcendental schema 28 7. The restriction of the category through the schema 3 1 8. The schema in general 32 9. Special characteristics of the transcendental schema 37 10. Summary of conclusions 39 THE TRANSCENDENTAL SCHEMATA 1. Category and schema 42 2. The schema of quantity 44 3. The schema of quality 48 4 . The schemata of relation 52 5. The schemata of modality 56 6. Kants summary 60 7. The number of the schemata 63 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SCHEMA i. Subsumption and syllogism 66 Category and schema 68 The transcendental synthesis of imagination 71 The schematism of the understanding 73 Value of Kants doctrine 75 6. The possibility of reconstruction 77 2. 3. 4. 5. CHAPTER XXXV BOOK VIII THE PRINCIPLES OF THE UNDERSTANDING PAGE THE SUPREME PRINCIPLE OF SYNTHETIC JUDGEMENTS 1. The nature of Kants argument 81 2. The principle of analytic judgements 83 3. Different kinds of synthetic judgement 84 4. The third thing 86 5. The possibility of experience 90 6. The principle of all synthetic judgements 94 XXXVI THE PRINCIPLES OF THE UNDER STANDING 1. Different kinds of principle 97 2. The Principles of the Understanding 98 3. Intuitive and discursive certainty 100 4. The proof of the Principles 103 5. Modern science and the Principles of the Understanding 106 BOOK IX THE MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES XXXVII THE AXIOMS OF INTUITION 1 . The Principle of the Axioms 1 1 1 2. The proof in the first edition 112 3. The proof in the second edition 1 14 4. Successiveness of synthesis 117 5. Intuition and object 119 6. The doctrine of the Aesthetic 12 1 7. The axioms of geometry 124 8. Quantitas and quantum 125 9. The formulae of arithmetic 129 10. The application of mathematics to objects of experience 131 THE ANTICIPATIONS OF SENSE-PERCEP TION 1. The Principle of the Anticipations 134 2. The proof in the first edition 139 3. The proof in the second edition 141 4. Intensive quantity 144 5. The synthesis of quality 147 6. The causality of the object 150 7. The doctrine of continuity 152 8. Empty space and time 154 9. Kants conclusion 155 BOOK X THE ANALOGIES OF EXPERIENCE XXXIX THE PRINCIPLE OF THE ANALOGIES 1. The formulation of the Principle 159 2. The argument in the first edition 161 3. The modes of time 163 4. The argument in the second edition 167 5. The assumptions of the argument 170 6. The conclusion of the argument 173 7. The general character of the proof 175 XL THE SPECIAL CHARACTER OF THE ANALOGIES 1. The Analogies are regulative 178 2. The first meaning of Analogy 179 3. The second meaning of Analogy 180 XLI THE FIRST ANALOGY 1. The Principle of permanence 184 2. The argument of the first edition 186 3. The argument of the second edition 190 XLI I SUBSTANCE 1. In what sense is apprehension successive 192 2. The permanent and time-determination 195 3. The permanence of time 199 VOL. II. XLII SUBSTANCE continued 4. Substratum and substance 201 5. Can substance be perceived 204. 6. The quantum of substance 207 7. Material substance 209 8. The conservation of matter 213 9. The empirical criterion of substance 215 10. The concept of change 217 1 1 . Science and experience 218 XLIII THE SECOND ANALOGY 1 ...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781443724067
  • Publisher: Candler Press
  • Publication date: 11/4/2008
  • Pages: 516
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.31 (d)

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