A Handbook to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason by Rasvihary Das

By Rasvihary Das

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There is one are sometimes of time what and as many only spoken times are really parts of mode of knowledge proper one and the same time. to a single individual is The intuition and not concept. Moreover the proposition that different times cannot be simultaneous is synthetic and therefore cannot be derived from a concept. " The fifth argument also shows that time is an intuition. The parts of time can be conceived only as limitaIt is therefore such that the tions of one (infinite) time. whole precedes the parts.

It rather concerns the relation of the content to our thought. When, e. g. we pass from the problematic to the assertoric judgement, nothing is added to the content of the judgement. We only think of the same content differently. Section III Pare Concepts of the Understanding, or Categories General logic forms its concepts analytically by abstraction from representations which may be given empiFrom our experience of several objects we can rically. form, by analysis and abstraction, the concepts 'table*, Transcendental logic abs'hardness', 'roundness*, etc.

A representation which is contained in a single moment and in which there is no temporal sequence, can never be a manifold but an absolute unity. The unity of intuition, in which a manilold is given, requires that this manifold should be run through and held together, otherwise there will not be one This act of running through and holding intuition. manifold given in an intuition is called the a together of apprehension. It is because of such synthesis a synthesis that a manifold can be contained in a single representation.

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