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mechanics 57 empirical 144, 180“1, 188
Melnick, Arthur 163n, 314 epistemic 51, 63
and freedom see Antinomy of pure reason,
on the Antinomy of pure reason 231n,
Third
233“5, 238, 257
on the First Analogy 166“7, 170“3 of judgments 92, 199
on pure concepts 89n, 90n, 93, 96n, 98n logical (as form of judgment) 91
postulate of see Postulates of empirical
on the Second Analogy 173“81
on space and time 52n, 55, 148n, thought
schema of 141“2
148“9
on the Third Analogy 183“5 subjective 208, 210
see also judgment, modality of
Mendelssohn, Moses 155
mereology 53“4 negation
metaphysical deduction of categories see as logical operator 87“8
see also quality, categories of
deduction
Metaphysical Foundations of Natural New Elucidation of the First Principles of
Science 5, 28, 57, 65, 99n, 151n, 152, Metaphysical Cognition (Principiorum
primorum cognitionis metaphysicae
173, 173n, 181n, 243n
nova dilucidatio) 3, 266n
metaphysics
possibility of 14“17 Newton, Isaac 1“2, 183, 314
as synthetic a priori cognition 33 on space and time 44
non-spatiotemporality thesis (NST), see
metaphysics of morals 298
Metaphysik Mrongovius 134n idealism, transcendental; things in
Metaphysik Vigilantius 134n themselves
Index 323
noumena see phenomena and noumena; see also appearance
things in themselves philosophy, method of 290“8
number physico-theological proof of the existence of
concept of 95, 109, 111, 293, 308 God 267, 278“82
physics, as synthetic a priori cognition 33
and Schematism 141, 147“8
Plato 15, 39, 74, 138, 143, 265
Port-Royal Logic 87n, 89n, 90n
object
meaning of 60“1, 82“3 possibility
principle of see Postulates of empirical
transcendental 113“14, 203
objective reality 219, 265, 301 thought
of categories 106“7, 117, 127“8, 140, 198“9 real as opposed to logical 187
schema of see Schematism
Descartes™s notion of 193
see also modality; necessity
objective validity 148, 288
of categories 106, 117, 198“9 postulates, meaning of 188
of representation 121, 122, 123“4, 125 Postulates of empirical thought 163, 176,
of space and time 60 186“8
Occam™s razor 286“7 Posy, Carl 230n, 315
On a discovery whereby any new critique of practical reason see reason, practical
pure reason is to be made super¬‚uous Prauss, Gerold 306, 315
by an older one 133 pre-established harmony 223“4
On the Form and Principles of the Sensible and Prichard, H. A. 227n, 315
Intelligible World (De mundi sensibilis principles
atque intelligibilis forma et principiis) constitutive vs. regulative 145, 163, 165“6,
(inaugural dissertation) 4, 233 208“9, 285
Only Possible Ground of Proof for a dynamical vs. mathematical 144“5, 165“6
Demonstration of the Existence of immanent vs. transcendental uses
God 266n of 207“8
ontological proof of the existence of transcendent (ideas of reason) 207“8,
God 249, 267“74, 282“3 286“90
see also Analogies of experience;
critique of 70, 269“74
relation to other proofs of existence of Anticipations of perception; Axioms
God 267, 275, 276“7, 280 of intuition; Postulates of empirical
Opus postumum 6 thought
Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics 5, 8,
outer sense 37, 42“3
space as the form of 42“3 33, 65, 99n, 125n, 226
see inner sense, and outer sense psychology
empirical 78“9
Paley, William 278 rational 201, 211“25
paralogisms of pure reason 155, 189, 197, 201, purposiveness, in nature 288, 289“90,
243“4, 266 302
analysis of 213“25
revision of 213“14 quality
Parsons, Charles 39n, 54n, 291n, 314 categories of 96“7
principles of see Anticipations of
Paton, H. J. 65, 98n, 106n, 107, 146n, 147,
perception
148, 150, 151, 159“60, 161, 192n, 314
perception see Anticipations of perception; schema of 141, 158
Postulates of empirical thought quantity
persistence categories of 96, 147“8
of the soul see paralogisms of pure reason of judgment 86“7
of substance see Analogies of experience, principles of see Axioms of intuition
First schema of 141
phenomena and noumena 201“4 Quine, Willard Van Orman 34“5, 315
Index
324
realism, empirical 57“63 of concepts of the understanding 99,
reality, category of see quality, categories of 136“43
reason 137 of ideas 210
autonomy of 298 and images 139“40, 142“3
see also Schematism
concepts of 201
contradictions of 15 Schematism 73, 136“43
see Antinomy of pure reason science, methodological principles
de¬nitions of 16 of 286“90
errors of see illusion, transcendental secondary qualities 61“3
self see apperception, transcendental; inner
lazy 289
perverted 289 sense; soul
practical 18“19, 23“4, 201, 282, 284, self-knowledge 196
paradox of 128, 131“2
298“303
principles of (maxims) 201, 209“12, sensation
and actuality 187
286“90
regulative function of 210, 284“90 causes of 161
relation to understanding 284, de¬nition of 37, 39“40, 41, 43,
285“6 77
theoretical, logical vs. real uses of 207, and intensive magnitude 149
and reality 96“7
285“9
unity of 16, 210 sensibility 43
reciprocity thesis 121“3 contrasted to understanding 36“9,
recognition, synthesis of 107“11 77“8
re¬‚ection, transcendental 204“6, 306 Shabel, Lisa 46n, 294“5, 315
simplicity of substance see substance,
Refutation of idealism 12, 43, 76, 136, 137,
simplicity of
163, 172, 186, 188“96, 214
see also idealism, empirical simultaneity of cause and effect 182“3
regress, empirical skepticism 75“6, 163, 298
in¬nite vs. inde¬nite 255“7 refutation of 186, 197“9
regulative principles see principles, see also Hume; Refutation of idealism
Smith, Norman Kemp see Kemp Smith,
constitutive vs. regulative
relations Norman
categories of 97“8 soul
reducibility of 241 idea of 227
schemata of 141 immateriality of 222“4
see also causality; space; time immortality of 155, 212“13, 223“5, 284,
religion see theology 299
representation numerical identity of 213, 221“2
clear and distinct 155 and rational psychology 211“5
see also appearance; cognition; concepts; simplicity of 213, 220“1, 243“4
ideas of reason; intuition substantiality of 213“20
reproduction, synthesis of 107“10 space
Robinson, Hoke 305n, 306, 315 absolute theory of 4, 44, 60
rules in the antinomies 237“9
and causal laws 174, 178“80 empirical reality of 57“63
see also concepts; imperative; schemata; empty 50“1, 152, 168, 256
understanding as form of outer sense 36, 42“3,
Russell, Bertrand 68“70, 76, 85, 235“6, 273, 59
and geometry 56
282, 315
in¬nite extension and divisibility of 54“5,
scales, ratio as opposed to interval 156“8 108
schemata 136“43 Leibniz™s relational theory of 4, 45, 238
Index 325
and synthesis of understanding see axioms tables
of intuition of categories 95“9
transcendental ideality of 57“64 of logical forms of judgment
speci¬cation, maxim of 286“8 84“92
Spinoza, Baruch 7, 74, 250, 315 theology
spontaneity rational 201, 213, 264“79
see also God
of apperception 132
of understanding 77 things in themselves 21
Stahl, George Ernst 21 non-spatiotemporality of (NST) 60,
Strawson, P. F. 34, 177, 178n, 190n, 230n, 64“8, 305“6, 308“9
opposed to appearances 42, 306
236, 246, 313, 315
subject, thinking see apperception, unknowability of (UT) 21“4, 26“7, 36,
transcendental; “I think” 64“8, 203, 305, 307“9
see also idealism, transcendental
substance
thinking see understanding
absolute permanence of 167, 169, 171
action as criterion of 170 Thompson, Manley 39n, 101“2, 291n,
category of 163 315
concepts of 169 thoroughgoing determination, principle
conservation of 167, 173 of 265“6
necessity of see Antinomy of pure reason, time
absolute theory of see space, absolute
Fourth
needs intuition of space 191“4 theory of
principle of 166“73 and arithmetic 292“3
schema of 169, 219 empty 168
and self see paralogisms of pure reason as form of inner sense 36, 42“3, 59
simplicity of 220“1, 239“44, 256“7 Leibniz™s view of (relational theory) 45,
see also Antinomy of pure reason, 238
Second modes of 165, 166“7
as substratum of time 167“71 objective time determination 163“6
succession see causality represented by spatial ¬gure 129
suf¬cient reason, principle of 237“9, 243, in schematism 140“2
substratum of see substance
248, 252“3
syllogisms in transcendental deduction 128“31
and ideas of reason 208, 211“12 transcendental ideality of 57“64
synthesis unity of 171
of apprehension 107“15, 130“1 Torricelli, Evangelista 21
and combination 117 transcendent
and dynamical principles 163“92 meaning of 34
of extensive and intensive principles 299
see also transcendental
magnitude 145“62
¬gurative 128“31 transcendental
in the metaphysical deduction 93“5, freedom 244“8, 253, 257“61,
102 300
presupposed by analysis 94“5, 117 idealism 21“3, 24“7, 57“64
progressive and regressive 212, 228“9 illusion 201“24
pure and empirical 109 object 113“14
and Schematism 140“1 philosophy 34
threefold in the A-edition 107“15, 135 realism, and the Antinomy of pure
in the transcendental deduction reason 231, 235, 241
re¬‚ection see re¬‚ection, transcendental
(B-edition) 106, 117“31
synthetic a priori knowledge see cognition see also deduction; idealism,
synthetic judgment see judgment transcendental
Index
326
Trendelenburg, Adolf 64“5 Vaihinger, Hans 64, 148n, 315
truth Van Cleve, James 66n, 178, 182n, 268n,
meaning and criteria of 79“80 309n, 315
objectivity of 20 veri¬ability, principle of 15
t.u.a. see apperception Vienna Logic 101, 101n

unconditioned 22, 284 Walker, Ralph C. S. 316
and transcendental illusion 209“12, Walsh, W. H. 227n, 228n, 315
White, Morton 34, 315
227“62
understanding 36“9, 73“101 wholes, analytic and synthetic 231, 234“5,
analysis of 103 240n
errors of 201“7 will
animal (arbitrium brutum) 299
as faculty of cognition 121“31
as faculty of concepts 137, 143, 144 freedom of 212“13
see also freedom, practical; freedom,
and faculty of judgment 82“4, 137
as faculty of rules 144 transcendental
logical and real use of 77 Wolff, Christian Freiherr von 2, 4, 26, 63,
and reason 285“6 294
and sensibility 77“8 Wolff, Robert Paul 148n, 178n,
see also categories; judgment 315
unity Wood, Allen 264, 266n, 272,
analytic and synthetic 120“1 315
category of 96, 118 world
beginning of see Antinomy of pure reason,
of object 113
objective as opposed to subjective 123“4 First
see also apperception idea of 227
Universal Natural History and Theory of the intelligible vs. sensible 204, 238
Heavens 3 see also Antinomy of pure reason; things
unknowability thesis (UT), see idealism, in themselves; noumena
transcendental; things in themselves,
unknowability of Young, Michael J. 109, 316

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