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CONTENTS Preface Introduction Chapter I. Interpretive Horizons 1. The Problem of Metaphysics 2. Gathering 3. Modes of Gathering Chapter II. The Transcendental Dialectic 1. Transcendental Illusion 2. Reason 3. Ideas 4. Derivation of the Ideas Chapter III. The Gathering of Reason in the Paralogisms 1. Paralogism in General (a) The Issues of Paralogism (b) Transcendental Apperception (c) Transcendental Paralogism 2. The Four Paralogisms (a) Substantiality (b) Simplicity (c) Personality (d) Ideality 3. Projective Interpretation of the Paralogisms Chapter IV. The Gathering of Reason in the Antinomies 1. The Cosmological Ideas 2. The Four Antinomies 3. The Interest of Reason 4. The Critical Solution of the Antinomies 5. The Regulative Employment of Reason 6. Freedom and Necessity 7. Projective Interpretation of the Antinomies Chapter V. The Gathering of Reason in the Ideal 1. The Transcendental Ideal 2. The Existence of God 3. Projective Interpretation of the Ideal Chapter VI. Reason, Imagination, Madness 1. Inversion 2. Imagination 3. Imagination and Dialectical Illusion Chapter VII. Metaphysical Security and the Play of Imagination 1. The Play of Absence 2. The Play of Critical Metaphysics 3. The Play of Imagination Notes Index
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Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804. Kritik der reinen Vernunft.
Knowledge, Theory of.