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Text-Book to Kant; The Critique of Pure Reason Aesthetic, Categories, Schematism, Translation, Reproduction, Commentary, Index
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881. Excerpt: ... its own intellectual synthesis. Inasmuch, now, as all possible perception depends on the synthesis of apprehension, which (empirical) synthesis...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881. Excerpt: ... its own intellectual synthesis. Inasmuch, now, as all possible perception depends on the synthesis of apprehension, which (empirical) synthesis itself, for its part, depends on the transcendental synthesis, and consequently on the categories, so all possible perceptions, consequently all that can ever come to be a constituent of empirical consciousness--and that is all objects of sense in nature so far as their connexion is in regard--must stand under the categories. Nature (merely as such) depends, for its necessary subjection to law and order, on the categories as the original source and ground of that law and order, in reference to which latter nature is as natura formaliter spectata. But to more laws than those on which a nature in general (as law and order of sense-appearances in space and time) rests, the competence of even the purest understanding does not extend as regards prescription a priori of laws to such objects through mere categories. Special laws, as concerning only what is empirically determined, cannot be completely derived from the categories, though standing in a body under them. Experience must, in addition, be applied to in regard of such. But of experience as experience, and of what can be known as an object of it, said a priori laws alone (the categories) supply instruction. 27. Eesult of this Deduction of the Categories. We cannot think an object without categories; we cannot cognise any object thought, unless through perceptions which correspond to these notions. Now all our perceptions are in sense, and such cognition, so far as the object of it is given, is empirical. But empirical cognition (or recognition--perception) is experience. Consequently there is no objective cognition a priori possible to us, but one solely o...
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