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B129: 28
B15/16: 51
B131: 33 n. 24
B39“40: 49
B134n: 22
A25/B39: 36 n. 28
B136n: 34 n. 25
A32/B48: 36 n. 28
B137: 31, 34 n. 25
A51/B76: 93
B140: 34 n. 25
A52/B76: 89
B144“5: 32
A53/B77: 90
B152: 41, 53
A54/B78: 90
B159: 32
A66/B91: 42
B160: 34, 36 n. 27, 68
A68/B93: 19 n. 5, 92
B160n: 68
A69/B94: 18, 95, 96
B161: 37
A70/B95: 19 n. 5
B161n: 34, 35
A72/B97: 217
B167“8: 29
A73/B98: 188, 217
A142/B182: 36 n. 28, 44
A74/B100: 99
A144/B183: 59, 61, 104 n. 32
A76/B102: 21
A158/B197: 219
A77/B102: 101
A164/B205: 51
A78/B103: 102
A165/B206: 49
A78/B104: 103, 191, 192
A169/B211: 48
A79/B104“5: 94, 104
A171/B212: 50
A79/B105: 21, 22
A189: 58, 158
A80/B106: 105
A189“95/B234“9: 178“9
B112: 194

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A192“3/B237“8: 163 205: 268
A194“5/B239“40: 179“80 215: 272, 273
A195/B240: 135 n. 26 217: 275
A195“6/B240“1: 60 221: 281
A197/B242“3: 163 231: 269
A198/B243: 167 237: 284“5
A198“201/B243“6: 180“1 238: 285
A199“200/B244“5: 174“5 239: 286
A201“2/B246“7: 181“2 239“40: 286“7
A213/B260: 206 296: 288
A218/B265: 219 307: 290
A247/B303: 83 344: 290
B232: 158 n. 20
Critique of the Power of Judgment,
B232“4: 182“3
First Introduction,
B256: 198
AAxx
B257: 201 n. 23
209: 230
A262/B318: 224
211: 231
A264/B320: 195
212“13: 231“2
A266/B322: 226
A267/B323: 71 n. 15, 213 Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals,
A267“8/B323“4: 227“8 AAiv
A269/B325: 224, 230 397“400: 247
A292/B348: 36 n. 28, 73 402: 241
A429/B457n: 36 n. 28 404: 238
B457n: 36 415: 244,
A572/B600: 211, 216 415“16: 240
A572/B600n: 230 416: 245
A574/B601: 216 417: 241 n. 7
A581/B609: 211 n. 1, 221 418: 243 n. 10
A581“2/B609“10: 126 n. 13 420“1: 250“1
A582/B610: 220, 221 421: 236, 250, 252
A663/B681: 58 423: 258, 258 n. 22
A766/B794: 60 424: 257 n. 21
429: 236, 259 n. 23
Other texts 434: 236
436: 239 n. 4
Attempt to Introduce the Concept of Negative
Magnitude into Philosophy, AAii Inaugural Dissertation, AAii
202“4: 84 393: 91, 224
202: 130
Ja
¨sche Logic, AAix
203: 139
51: 126 n. 13, 137
Critique of Practical Reason, AAv 91: 226
9n: 249, 268“9 99: 214“15
19: 253, 101: 226
20: 253 n. 16, 254 105“6: 152
27: 255 106: 153
68: 239 n. 5 108: 193
120: 270 121: 226
129: 154
Critique of the Power of
139: 227
Judgment, AAv
Letters, AAx
204: 268
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Letter to Herz, February 1772 223: 28
131: 23
˜˜On a Supposed Right to Lie from Altruistic
Metaphysics of Morals, AAvi Motives,™™ AAviii
227: 262 425: 260
230: 262 426: 260
Metaphysik-Herder, AAxxviii-1 The Only Possible Argument in Support of a
Demonstration of the Existence of God,
12: 129
AAii
New Elucidation of the First Principles of
83“4: 126 n. 13
Metaphysical Cognition, AAi
Prolegomena to any Future Metaphysics, AAiv
391: 120
x18“20: 24“5
392: 122
x38: 71
393: 121, 123
394: 125, 257: 84, 149
412“13: 127 n. 14 304: 156 n. 17
On a Discovery whereby any New Critique of Reflections, AAxviii
Pure Reason is to be made superfluous by 6289: 228“9
an earlier one, AAviii
Reflections, AAxxvii
193“4: 138 n. 30
3753: 130
202: 75
¨
˜˜Uber Kastners Abhandlungen,™™ AAxx
¨
202“3: 74
68 n. 8, 76 n. 24
203: 75
INDEX OF SUBJECTS




aesthetic judgment, 12: and (empirical) Aristotle, 63 n. 25, 98, 101; see also
cognitive judgments, 266, 276“8, Newtonian science, and
287“8; modality (necessity) of, Aristotelianism; logic
284“7; relation in, 281“2, 283; Arnauld, Antoine and Nicole, Pierre, 89
quality of, 267 n. 2, 267“8; quantity Aufklarung; see Enlightenment
¨
of, 272“3; supersensible ground of,
289, 290; and synthesis, 283, 284; Bacon, Francis, 60“1
universal communicability of, 271, beauty, predicate of, 267, 268, 272, 283;
272“4, 275“7, 277“9, 283, 284“9; see also aesthetic judgment
See also community, of judging Beck, Lewis White, 160 n. 24
subjects; pleasure, aesthetic; sensus Berkeley, George, 163
communis body, our own, 206
Allison, Henry, 5, 17, 19, 20, 26, 30, 31, 31 Brandom, Robert, 208 n. 33
n. 22, 34, 36, 36 n. 27, 37, 144, Brandt, Reinhard, 94 n. 24
144 n. 1, 170, 175“176 n. 38, 274 n. 11 Buchdahl, Gerd, 144, 170, 175“176 n. 38,
aggregate and quantum, 50; see also 233 n. 24
number; quantity
Amphiboly of the Concepts of Reflection, capacity to judge (Vermogen zu urteilen),
¨
194“6, 197, 204 n. 26, 212“13, 223“8, 18 n. 2, 18 n. 3, 18“20, 19 n. 5, 95“6,
233; see also logic, and ontology (or 186; see also understanding
rationalist metaphysics) Cassirer, Ernst, 62“3, 66 n. 5, 69, 116,
analysis, 21, 192; see also synthesis and 116 n. 52
analysis categories, 42“3: application of, 23, 37;
analytic and synthetic unity, 22 concepts of the unity of synthesis, 42,
appearance, affinity of, 230 43; and logical functions/forms of
apperception, 30“1: unity of, 36, 218; judgment, 5, 20“1, 30“1, 42, 105“6;
objective unity of, 131 original acquisition of, 28“9, 40“1, 42;
apprehension; see synthesis two roles of, 24“6, 42“3; universal

300
INDEX OF SUBJECTS 301

representation of synthesis, 25, 103“4, reciprocal; see community; of
192; see also cause and effect; succession, 132“3, 159, 161“3, 165“6;
community; concept, pure, of the see also judgment, determinative and
understanding reflective; reason (ratio, Grund),
cause and effect, 25, 58“62, 125, 134, determining; reason (ratio, Grund),
202, 207: schema of, 59, 104 n. 32; principle of sufficient (determining)
temporal relation of, 173; strict duties: narrow and wide, 258, 259 n. 23;
universality of a rule, 149“51, 150 perfect and imperfect, 258, 259 n. 23
n. 12, 154“5; see also experience,
analogies of; Hume, ˜˜Hume™s Eberhard, 64 n. 1
problem™™; reason (ratio, Grund) Enlightenment (Aufklarung), 289
¨
change, 54, 137 epigenesis, 29, 29 n. 20; see also categories,
Cohen, Hermann, 22, 51, 52, 109“10 original acquisition of; original
common sense; see sensus communis acquisition
community, 203“4, 207: and disjunctive experience, analogies of, 53“4, 54“6, 58“9,
judgment, 57“8, 193“8, 195 n. 16, 201 127 n. 14, 199: argument of the
n. 23; of judging subjects, 187, 206“7, Second Analogy, 158“83; second
270, 271; reciprocal determination, analogy of, 9“10, 55 n. 15, 118, 119,
56“7, 202; see also experience, third 127 n. 14, 132“5, 136; third analogy
analogy of of, 10, 127 n. 14, 198“204, 199 n. 21
comparison, 26“8, 225: and logical form of
judgment, 28 Fichant, Michel, 5, 65, 67, 68 n. 8, 71, 73,
complete determination, principle of, 10, 75, 76, 77
126“7, 211“12, 216“19, 219 n. 10 Fichte, J. G., 37, 65, 66
concept, 86, 93, 95, 187: in aesthetic form: of intuition, 34, 89, 205; and formal
judgment, 277; formation of, 62“3, intuitions, 34“6, 67“72, 71 n. 15; and
187; mathematical, 23, 63, 102; pure, matter, 35, 71 n. 15, 72, 212, 213 n. 6,
of the understanding, 87; see also 226“8; see also judgment, logical forms
categories of; space and time
conscience, common moral, 238, 247“8, Frankfurt, Harry, 253
Frede, Michael and Kruger, Lorenz, 45
¨
249, 261
Constant, Benjamin, 260“1 freedom; see will, freedom of
continuity; see magnitudes, continuous; Frege, Gottlob, 44, 112 n. 45, 112“16,
space and time, as continuous 113 n. 48
magnitudes Friedman, Michael, 5, 40, 43, 45, 48, 50,
contradiction, in conception and in 51, 52, 55, 59, 116 n. 52, 141, 144,
will, 257 n. 21, 257“61, 258 n. 22, 170“1, 231 n. 21
263 n. 26, 264 function; see judgment, forms and
Copernican revolution, 283 functions of
counsel of prudence; see rule, of skill and
counsel of prudence genius, 290
Crusius, Christian August, 127, 129 n. 17 genus (genera) and species, 57“8, 197
Ginsborg, Hannah, 278, 279 n. 14
deduction: metaphysical, 22; see also God, 125“6, 139“40, 222 n. 12, 262; see also
transcendental deduction transcendental ideal
´
Descartes, Rene, 120 n. 5, 163 Grier, Michelle, 212 n. 4, 213 n. 5,
desire, faculty of, 249“50, 251, 268 219 n. 10
determination, 214“16: of predicate or of Guyer, Paul, 146, 167 n. 32, 168 n. 33,
subject with respect to predicate, 120; 274 n. 11: translation with Allen
principle of complete; see complete Wood, 88 n. 13, 167 n. 32, 213 n. 5,
determination, principle of; 215 n. 8
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
302

happiness, 243, 243 n. 10 perception and of experience, 24“5,
Harman, Gilbert, 89 n. 14 156“7, 276; power of (Urteilskraft), 18,
Hegel, G. W. F., 33 n. 24, 37, 107“9, 19 n. 5, 95; and proposition, 119 n. 3;
207“8, 263, 263 n. 26, 270, and syllogism, 95, 98, 154, 166, 187,
270 n. 8 188“90; table of, 96“100, 107, 107“8,
Heidegger, Martin, 69, 111“12 187“91, 266 (see also modality; quality;
Hill, Thomas E., 241 n. 7 quantity; relation); of taste; see
human standpoint, 3“4, 10, 12, 205“7: of aesthetic judgment; see also capacity to
agent and of spectator, 238“9 judge
Hume, David, 143 n. 1, 147“8, 148“149 n. 9, Jungius, Joachim
163: ˜˜Hume™s problem,™™ 84, 130,
Kastner, 64 n. 1
¨
149“51, 157
Korsgaard, Christine, 257 n. 21, 259 n. 24
identification, 165“6; see also synthesis, of Kruger, Lorenz; see Frede, Michael and
¨
recognition Kruger, Lorenz
¨
imagination, 74, 276: free play of with
`
understanding, 268, 277, 278, 282“3; Lachieze-Rey, Pierre, 33 n. 24, 65
in perception, 133, 161 n. 25; see also language, 260“1; see also judgment, and
space and time, as ens imaginarium; language
synthesis law: juridical, 259“63, 263 n. 26; moral
imperative: and aesthetic judgment, (practical), 139“40, 236“7, 248, 250“1,
285“9; categorical, 236, 241, 252“4 (see also imperative, categorical);
256“7 (see also contradiction, in and freedom, 129 n. 17, 139
´
conception and in will); hypothetical, Lebrun, Gerard, 126 n. 13
241 n. 7, 241“6, 242 n. 9“243 n. 9, Leibniz, G. W. (Leibnizian philosophy), 85,
250, 252, 254, 254 n. 18; see also 99, 117, 127, 194, 197, 215, 216, 225
rule, of skill and counsel of life, 268“9, 269 n. 6, 270“1
prudence Locke, John, 163
imputation and retribution, 262“3 logic, 18 n. 2, 84, 89“91, 112“16, 185, 204:
induction, 58“62 general and particular, 90, 91 n. 18;
intuition, 85“6, 86 n. 9, 165 n. 30: and ontology (or rationalist
determination of, 215“16; form of ; see metaphysics), 84, 90“1, 109, 121, 136,
form, of intuition 194“6 (see also ontology); and the
principle of sufficient reason, 140“1;
judgment: aesthetic; see aesthetic judgment; pure and applied, 90; transcendental,
analytic and synthetic, 84 n. 5; 91, 101, 116, 217
categorical, 188, 246 (see also relation, Lovejoy, Arthur, 164
of judgment); determinative and
reflective, 18, 230, 231 n. 21, 234, 237, McDowell, John, 141 n. 41
237“238 n. 3, 288; disjunctive, 98“9, MacFarlane, John, 89 n. 14
189“90, 190 n. 10, 193, 203, 217 magnitude, continuous, 48“51: discrete,
(see also reflection; relation, of 50; extensive and intensive, 49
judgment; community); forms and mathematics, 49, 85, 185; see also concept,
functions of, 5, 8, 19 n. 5, 20“1, 41, 89, mathematical
92“4, 187, 187 n. 6, 232, 239“40, 266, maxim, 252“5
267; hypothetical, 84 n. 5, 98, 115, measurement, 44, 45“6
149“51, 150“1, 151“4, 189, 242, 242 metaphysics, 85, 102; see also ontology
n. 9, 243 (see also modus ponens); modality, of judgment, 99, 114, 190“1:
infinite, 188, 206, 217“18; and schemata of, 173
language, 94, 94 n. 24; moral, 236“40, modus ponens, 84, 130, 150, 151 n. 13, 174:
249 (see also imperative; law, moral); of and modus tollens, 124 n. 10, 153
INDEX OF SUBJECTS 303

Newtonian science, 5, 7, 43, 58, 109“10, regulative use of, 233“4 (see also
141, 171, 185: and Aristotelianism, transcendental ideal); theoretical and
52“3, 54, 55, 55 n. 14, 55 n. 15, 62“3; practical use of, 233“4, 239, 263
Third Law of Motion and universal (see also imperative; judgment,
gravitation, 56“7, 171 moral)
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 263, 263 n. 26 recognition; see synthesis, of recognition
noumenon, and phenomenon, 139 reflection, 41, 42, 223“4, 225“6: concepts
number, 43“5, 50“1; see also magnitude; of, 223“5 (see also Amphiboly of the
measurement; quantity Concepts of Reflection); and
schematism, 232; see also judgment,
object, 31“2 determinate and reflective
O™Neill, Onora, 257 n. 21 Reich, Klaus, 23
ontology, 82“3; see also logic, and ontology relation, in judgment, 97“9, 188“90, 226
original acquisition, 28, 29 n. 20; see also n. 16, 280“1
categories, original acquisition of right; see law, juridical
rule: of action; see maxim; of apprehension,
Parsons, Charles, 86 n. 9 26; and condition, 189“90; of skill and
permanence, 136 n. 27; see also experience, counsel of prudence (precept), 243“6,
analogies of; simultaneity and 254, 254 n. 18; of synthesis, a priori
succession and empirical, 26“7
pleasure, 268“71, 270 n. 7: aesthetic
(disinterested), 268, 269“71, 273“6, schema, 26“7, 232: see also cause and effect,
schema of
278“80, 282, 284
possibility, 219“20, 227; see also modality Schopenhauer, Arthur, 134
principle: practical, 252; of sufficient Schulthess, Peter, 93 n. 22, 116 n. 52
(determining) reason; see reason, Sedgwick, Sally, 17, 22, 28, 37
principle of sufficient (determining); Sellars, Wilfrid, 38
see also imperative; law, moral; sensibility, 88“9: mere formal ground of,
maxim 70; and understanding, 68 n. 8; see also
proposition; see judgment intuition; space and time
sensus communis, 197, 285“9
quality, of judgment, 96“7, 188 simultaneity and succession, 55“8, 127, 160
quantity, of judgment, 96“7, 188: order of n. 24, 202: phenomenology of, 132“3,
list in table of categories and table of 159“60, 200, 203 n. 25; see also
judgment forms, 45“6; and quantum, experience, analogies of; cause and
76, 76 n. 24; schema of, 44, 45; see also effect; community
number, magnitude Sluga, Hans D., 113 n. 46
space and time, 6, 31“2, 33, 34, 54, 63, 66,
Rawls, John, 259 n. 24 86: and abstraction, 74“5; as
reality, and negation, 220 continuous magnitudes, 48“51; as ens
reason (ratio, Grund), 118 n. 2, 119: imaginarium, 73“6; infinity of, 47“8,
antecedently and consequently 76“7; original acquisition of the
determining, 120“1, 124 n. 10, representation of, 70; see also form,
136, 137; determining , 119“21; and formal intuitions, of intuition;
essendi, fiendi, existendi, cognoscendi, intuition
117, 120, 135“6, 139; principle of Spinoza, Benedict, 125
sufficient (determining), 8“9, 83, 123, Strawson, Peter F., 7“8, 113 n. 47, 141,
126“7, 130“1, 140; real and logical, 145, 164“5, 176“7
129 n. 17, 129“30 subjective purposiveness, 282“3
reason (Vernunft), 137: illusions of, 10, substances, permanence of, 53“4: universal
212, 222 (see also transcendental ideal); interaction of, 55“8
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
304

subsumption, 93, 95: and subordination, transcendental ideal, 212 n. 3, 235:
188, 205; see also judgment, and reasoning of, 212, 212 n. 4; totum
syllogism realitatis (unlimited whole of reality),
succession: principle of, 127, 130; and ens realissimum, 212, 219“23, 222
subjective and objective, 158“64; n. 12, 227“9, 233“4
see also simultaneity and succession
sufficient reason, principle of; see reason, understanding, 18, 19“20, 102, 186:
principle of sufficient (determining) distributive use of, 220; free play of
syllogism; see judgment with imagination; see imagination, free
synthesis, 5, 7, 42, 77, 86, 101, 101 n. 30: play of (with understanding); logical
and analysis, 21“3, 84“5, 101, 191“2; use of, 91“6, 224; pre-discursive,
of apprehension, 159, 161“3; 68“9; real use of, 91“2; see also capacity
figurative (synthesis speciosa), 32, 34“5, to judge; synthesis
47, 66, 75 (see also form, and formal
intuitions); mathematical and Waxman, Wayne, 29 n. 20, 33 n. 24
dynamical, 103; pre-discursive, 26, 69; Wiggins, David, 140 n. 38
of recognition will, 242, 250: contradiction in; see
system, 187, 206“7, 232, 234 contradiction, in conception and in will;
freedom of, 127“8, 138“9, 247 n. 13,
Thompson, Manley, 45“6 253 n. 16
time, 172, 173; see also space and time Wolff, Christian, 83, 117, 121 n. 6, 121“2,
Tonelli, Giorgio, 100 n. 29 150
transcendental argument, 7 Wolff, Michael, 91 n. 18, 93 n. 23, 94 n. 24,
transcendental deduction, 19, 69, 106, 100
173 n. 37; argument in B, 29“37; as a Wood, Allen, 243 n. 10; see also Guyer, Paul,
regressive argument, 32 translation with Allen Wood

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