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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.
So the different kinds of judgements represent the different synthetic functions and thus the table of categories is derived from the table of in ordinary logic. The following table kinds of judgements and the categories different the gives them. to corresponding judgements found TABLE OF CATEGORIES II I Of Quality Universal Unity Particular Plurality Singular Totality Of Quantity Affirmative Negative Infinite Reality Negation Limitation TRANSCENDENTAL ANALYTIC 46 III Of Relation Inherence and Subsistence (Substance and Accident) Hypothetical Causality and Dependence (Cause and Categorical Effect) Disjunctive Community (Reciprocity between agent and Patient) IV Of Modality Problematic Assertoric Possibility and Impossibility Existence and Non-existence Necessity and Contingency Apodeictic borrowed from Aristotle who out these fundamental did not He however deduce his categories concepts.
They are innate of mind the as to develop these notions capacities only out of itself on the occasions of suitable experience. Section I SPACE 2. }' to show, first, that space and time are not derived from experience but are a priori, and, secondly, that they are 'intuitions' and not "concepts'. Space and time are treated seperately and first comes space. There were originally five arguments in the metaphysical exposition, but the third argument was dropped from it in the Second Edition and was merged in the transcendental exposition, thus giving only four arguments to the metaphysical exposition.