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Reading Notes to Kant’s Transcendental Logic: Dialectic

Transitional: Analytic of Principles: chid495_transcendental-logicA3 Dialectic (raw notes): chid495_transcendental-logicD1 Dialectic (walk-through notes): chid495_transcendental-logicD1-R Both of the note sets are incomplete but should give a firm grounding for working through the remaining few pages.

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Reading Notes to Kant’s Transcendental Logic: Analytic

Get them here: chid495_transcendental-logicA1-R (201-218, summary) chid495_transcendental-logicA2 (219-226, 245-254, notes) Old: chid495_transcendental-logicA1 (201-226, notes) 255-266 forthcoming

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Kant’s Tables (image)

On the left you have the action – the type of judgment we can make. Then you have the pure concept of the understanding – the a priori concept we must have in our form of thinking which enables us … Continue reading

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Reading Notes to Kant’s Transcendental Aesthetic

Get them here: chid495_transcendental-aesthetic Some reminders: Empirical Reality vs. Absolute Reality vs. Transcendental Ideality 1. ER applies to all possible objects that could be sensed; i.e. all possible objects of empirical intuition (appearances) 2. AR: applies to all objects in … Continue reading

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