The second, corrected edition of the first and only complete English translation of Kant's highly influential introduction to philosophy, presenting both the terminological and structural basis for his philosophical system, and offering an invaluable key to his main works, particularly the three Critiques. Extensive editiorial apparatus.
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Immanuel Kants LOGIC
Main Divisions of LogicDifferent Ways of Its PresentationUsefulness of This ScienceOutline of Its History
Concept of Philosophy in GeneralPhilosophy According to the School Concept and According to the World ConceptEssential Requirements and Goa...
Short Outline of a History of Philosophy
Cognition in GeneralIntuitive and Discursive Cognition Intuition and Concept and Their Difference in ParticularLogical and Aesthetic Perfection of ...
Specific Logical Perfections of Cognition A Logical Perfection of Cognition as to QuantityMagnitudeExtensive and Intensive MagnitudeRange and T...
B Logical Perfection of Cognition as to RelationTruthMaterial and Formal or Logical TruthCriteria of Logical TruthFalsity and ErrorSemblance as th...
C Logical Perfection of Cognition as to QualityClarityConcept of a Characteristic as SuchDifferent Kinds of CharacteristicsDetermination of the Logic...
D Logical Perfection of Cognition as to ModalityCertaintyConcept of Holding Something to Be TrueModes of HoldingtoBeTrue Opinion Belief Kno...
ProbabilityExplanation of the ProbableDifference of Probability from VerisimilitudeMathematical and Philosophical ProbabilityDoubt Subjective an...
General Doctrine of Elements
General Doctrine of Method
abstract according aesthetic aesthetic perfection Akad analysis and synthesis analytic and synthetic analytic judgment analytic propositions apodeictic assertoric axioms belongs called categorical syllogisms cept certainty characteristics complete conclusion concreto consciousness consequences consists construction contained contradicts Critique of Pure definition Descartes determination Dialectic Discursive Cognition disjunctive Disjunctive Syllogisms distinct division Doctrine of Method empirical Ernst Cassirer error example experience exposition formal former gism given concepts ground holding-to-be-true Hypothetical Syllogisms Ibid intuition judg Kant Kant's Kant’s Kantian kind knowledge latter Leibniz logical perfection mathematics matical means ments merely metaphysics modus tollens moral natural science Note notion object organon perfection of cognition Polytomy possible posteriori precise predicate prejudice presentation principles priori procedure proof propositions Pure Reason relation respect rules schematism scientific semblance sense simple sphere synthetic concept synthetic method synthetic proposition thing thinking thought tion transcendental logic transcendental philosophy translation true truth understanding universal valid