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Concepts, and since they are necessary we know that they cannot be derived from They must therefore be based on a priori because the metaphysical exposition has Is such an a priori intuition that we can understand how synthetic a priori knowledge contained in these axioms is possible. This is what the third shows. argument really Kant has further referred to change and motion. Both these notions involve contradictory ideas and would We cannot not be intelligible from more concepts. understand the presence as well as the absence of the intuition.
The four heads mathematical categories of quantity and may mathematical quality, be and the categories, i. e. are concerned with the objects of intuition. The dynamical categories, i. e. the categories of relation and modality are concerned with the existence of these objects in their relation to each other or to the understanding. The categories of the first group have no correlates, while those of the second group have, that is, each of the latter consists of a pair of concepts such as Substance and Accident, Cause and Effect.
In imagination, so that all the parts together parts constitute a whole. may this reproduction we canfor If, instance, in drawing a Without not experience any object. thought we always dropped out of thought the preceding representations, i. e. the earlier parts of the line, and did not reproduce them as we advanced to the succeeding ones, no complete representation of a line would at all be possible. Even the most elementary representations of space and time would not be possible without the synthesis of reproduction.
A Handbook to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason by Rasvihary Das