Critique of Pure Reaso9

Critique of Pure Reaso9 - Critique of Pure Reason Lecture...

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Critique of Pure Reason Lecture notes, February 5, 1997: Substance The material between the Transcendental Deduction and the First Analogy is exposited under separate headings in the lexicon. The Schematism describes the "schemata" which are the outcome of the operations of the productive imagination. The Axioms of Intuition impute extensive magnitude to objects of outer experience, and the Anticipations of Perception impute intensive magnitudes to them. The First Analogy concerns the category pair substance and accident. The concepts themselves are discussed under the lexicon for 'substance .' Substances and their accidents are thought under the schemata permanence and transitoriness, respectively. Thus a substance endures through time while the accidents of a substance appear and vanish over the course of time. One might think that the principle of substantiality would be that every appearance is a substance. However, Kant went further and tried to prove that all change is change of accidents in substances. This is a stronger claim,
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course PSY PSY2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.

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