We can now say that the X which unites subject and predicate in a mathematical judgment is the const

We can now say that the X which unites subject and predicate in a mathematical judgment is the const

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We can now say that the X which unites subject and predicate in a mathematical judgment is the construction of the mathematical object. In a priori synthetic judgments applying to the objects of experience, e.g. that every event has a cause, the X will be the construction of the empirical object. This is a tricky notion to understand, involving as it does mysterious faculties such as the "transcendental imagination," which is discussed in the most difficult section of the book, the Transcendental Deduction of the Categories. We will begin our examination of the construction of objects with intuitions. And once again we run straightaway into a puzzling situation. For it is to intuition that objects are given to the mind. Yet in order that there be a priori synthetic judgments true of those objects, the obejcts must be constructed . The solution is to distinguish between the form and matter of intuition. It is the matter of intuition which is given to the mind, while the mind supplies the forms of intuition. The matter is a "manifold" that
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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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