A handbook to Kant's Critique of pure reason by Rasvihary Das
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7 we think TRANSCENDENTAL ANALYTIC 50 which their synthesis may be grounded. are doubtful whether and how far they naturally are valid of objects. Thus a transcendental deduction any object And in we of the categories becomes quite necessary. Such a deduction, however, is particularly difficult because objects can be given (in intuition) without yet being subjected to the categories of the understanding. In the case of intuition we know that nothing can be given which does not conform to the forms of sensibility, that which is not spatial and temporal, or at least temporal.
Concepts require some content (intuition) given through sense, and intuitions require to be brought under some concept or category if they are to form part of any actual knowledge. c without content" ( i. e. " are Sensibility and understanding must combine 'Thoughts in order to give rise to knowledge. But they cannot interchange their functions. Understanding cannot intuit, just as sensibility cannot think or conceive. the rules of sensibility in general, which tic, is to be distinguished The is science of called Aesthe- from the science of the rules of LOGIC IN GENERAL 37 understanding in general, which is Logic.
According to Kant, in conception the parts recede the whole whereas in intuition the TRANSCENDENTAL AESTHETIC 28 whole precedes the parts. 6. Time therefore is Transcendental Exposition of the an intuition. Concept of Time The purpose of the transcendental exposition is to show that some synthetic a priori knowledge is made intelligible by the view of time or space maintained in the metaphysical exposition. We know that time has only one dimension and that different times are only successive and not simultaneous.