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Kant and the Capacity to Judge:
Sensibility and Discursivity in the Transcendental Analytic of the Critique of Pure Reason
Béatrice Longuenesse

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Note on Sources and Abbreviations
Introduction3
Ch. 1Synthesis and Judgment17
Ch. 2The "Threefold Synthesis" and the Mathematical Model35
Ch. 3The Transition to Judgment59
Ch. 4Logical Definitions of Judgment81
Ch. 5How Discursive Understanding Comes to the Sensible Given: Comparison of Representations and Judgment107
Ch. 6Concepts of Comparison, Forms of Judgment, Concept Formation131
Ch. 7Judgments of Perception and Judgments of Experience167
Ch. 8Synthesis Speciosa and Forms of Sensibility211
Ch. 9The Primacy of Quantitative Syntheses243
Ch. 10The Real as Appearance: Imagination and Sensation292
Ch. 11The Constitution of Experience324
Conclusion: The Capacity to Judge and "Ontology as Immanent Thinking"394
Bibliography401
Index409
Index of Citations of Kant's Works415

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