By Howard Caygill
During this new lexical survey of Kant's works, Howard Caygill offers Kantian innovations and terminology in phrases that might introduce and make clear his rules for college kids and basic readers alike.
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Kant argues further that they are not only splendidly independent of experience - 'knowledge absolutely independent of all experience' (CPR B 3) - but are even the condition of experience. The purity of the elements of a priori knowledge is proven by a process of abstraction. The 'pure forms of sensible intuition in general' - space and time - are discovered by abstracting from experience 'everything which the understanding thinks through its concepts' thus 'isolating' sensibility and then 'separating' off 'everything which belongs to sensation, so that nothing may remain save pure intuition and the mere form of appearances, which is all that sensibility can supply a priori' (CPR A 22/B 36).
47. A further critical note regarding Kanter also enters this letter, with Kant observing that 'Mr Kanter, in true bookseller's fashion, did not hesitate to announce the title in the Leipzig catalogue when he heard from me that I might have a work with that title ['on the proper method of metaphysics'] ready for the next easter fair' (p. 48). This is one of the earliest references to what became the Critique of Pure Reason. 55. Stavenhagen, 1949, p. 31, notes that Hartknoch also published Russian authors, commenting that 'In the best style, Hartknoch understood his publishing vocation to consist in acting as an intermediary between the West and the intellectually emergent East'.
He begins: 'Necessity and strict universality are thus sure criteria of a priori knowledge, and are inseparable from one another' (CPR B 4). Then he claims: 'it is easy to show that there actually are in human knowledge judgements which are necessary and in the strictest sense universal, and which are therefore pure a priori judgements' (CPR B 4), and cites the example of mathematical propositions. From the analysis of a priori knowledge and judgements Kant moves quickly into the proofs for the existence of a priori principles.
A Kant Dictionary by Howard Caygill