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Sensibility, may have a common root
with understanding, 77 ; definition of,
81, 167-8; as a limitation, 116 ;
criticism of Leibniz's view of, 143-6 ;
Kant's view of, 274-7

Seven Small Papers, Kant's, 298

Sidgwick, H., 314

Sigsbee, R. A., n

Sigwart, 36, 181, 197

Simultaneity. See Time

Soul, and body, Kant's view of their
relation, 275-6, 279-84, 312 ff., 384-5,
464-6, 467, 471, 476. See Appercep-
tion, Self

Space, Kant's views of, xxxv-xxxvi, Hi,
85 ff. , 1 88 ; involves an Idea of
Reason, liii-liv, 96-8, 102 n., 165-6,
390-1 ; metaphysical exposition of,
99 ff., 109-10, 112 ff., 134 ff. ; tran-
scendental exposition of, 109 ff. , 344-5 ;
not a property of things in themselves,
112 ff . ; is the form of outer sense,
114-16 ; transcendental ideality of, 76,
116-17 ; uniform for all human beings,
116-18, 120, 241-2, 257 ; possibility of
other spaces, 117 ff. ; criticism of
Newtonian and Leibnizian views of,



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INDEX



140-2 ; merely de facto character of,
57, 118, 142, 185-6, 257 ; as Unding,
154 ; in relation to Divine Existence,
159-61 ; and incongruous counter-
parts, 161 ff. ; involved in conscious-
ness of time, 309 ff., 384-6, 390-1;
ignored by Kant in doctrine of sche-
matism, 341, 348, 360; involves
category of reciprocity, liii-liv, 385-7,
390-1 ; and antinomy, 480 ff. See
Geometry

Specification, transcendental principle of,
501-2

Spencer, Herbert, 87, 584 n. , 596

Spinoza, 74, 273 *, , 440, 587, 601-2

Stadler, 197, 378-9, 389 n,

Stirling, J. Hutchison, 23, 75, 366 .,

377

Stout, G. F. , 87, 367 n. , 387
Subconscious, the, Kant's view of,

263 ff. , 273-4

, Subjectivism, in Kant's doctrine of the
transcendental object, xxxix ff. , xlv-
xlvii, 206 ff, 217-18. ^^Phenomenal-
ism and subjectivism, Idealism
Substance and attribute, category of,

362-3

Sulzer, xxviii n,

Summum Bonum, 575, 577

Swedenborg, 155 n. , 158 n. , 299

Swift, Benjamin, 74

i Synthetic, problem of knowledge a priori
\ and, xxv ff. , xxxv-xxxvi, xxxviii, 28 ff.,
37 ff. , 59 ff. ; knowledge from mere
concepts, 64 ; decomposing synthesis,
95 ; ambiguities in Kant's formulation
of problem of a priori synthetic judg-
ments, 43 ff. ; processes, xliii-xlv, 1-lii,
245-8, 261-2, 263 ff. , 277-8, 293,
295 ff., 322, 327 ff. See Analytic
and synthetic judgments, and methods

System of pure reason, 71-3, 579-80

\Teleological argument, 536-7, 538-42,
556-8

Terrasson, Jean, 15

Tetens, 82, 148, 294 n. , 475

Thales, 18

Theist, as contrasted with deist, 541

Things in themselves, Kant's first us.e of
phrase, 112 n. ; transcendental object
equivalent to thing in itself, 204 ff.
See Appearance

Thinking, discursive and creative. See
Understanding

Thorn asius, 193

X^Time, consciousness of, Kant's datum,
xxxiv, 120, 241-2 ; metaphysical ex-
position of, 123 ff. ; as infinite, 125 ;
transcendental exposition of, 126 ff.,
344-5 ; as form of inner sense, 134-5,



293 ff. ; axioms of, 127 ; not a deter-
mination of outer appearance, i34ff. ;
merely de facto character of, xxxv-
xxxvi, Hi, 142, 565-7 ; simultaneity not
a mode of, 135 ff., 356, 358-9; and
simultaneous apprehension, 135-6,
348, 358-9, 367-8, 371-2, 381-2 ; and
reality of inner changes, 138-40 ;
transcendental ideality of, 76, 138 ;
Kant's view of, not a mere hypothesis,
147 ; space involved in consciousness
of, 134-6, 309 ff., 341, 347-8 ; subject-
ive and objective order of, 358 ff. ,
365 ff., 381 ff. ; time relations deter-
mined by the given, 34-5, 267-8, 367,
37. 37 1 " 2 . 377 1 does not itself
change, 142, 359-60 ; category of
causality involved in consciousness of,
liii-liv, 365 ff. , 377 ff. , 387 ; cannot
be experienced in and by itself, 375-6 ;
category of reciprocity involved in
consciousness of, 381-91 ; Idea of
Reason involved in consciousness of,
liii-liv, 96-8, 390-1 ; infinitude and in-
finite divisibility of, 390-1, 481, 483 ff.

Totality. See Unconditioned

Transcendent. See Transcendental and
Metaphysics

Transcendental, meaning of term, 73-6,
116-17, 3 02 I illusion, 13, 427-9, 552,
555 ; method of proof, xxxv, xxxvii-
xxxviii, 45, 238-9, 241-3, 259-60,
344, 568, -572 ff. ; ideality of space
and time, 76, 116-17, 138; exposition
of space and time, 109 ff., 126 ff.,
344-5 ; object, Kant's doctrine of,
xlvi n. , 203, 204 ff. , 322, 328, 371-3,

406-7, 412, 414, 415, 513-14. 5 i8 ;

unity of apperception, Kant's pre-
Critical view of, 207 ff., 212; unity
of apperception, Kant's doctrine of,
1-lii, 250-3, 260-3, 2 7> 2 77"9> 3 22 ff->

455 ff-. 473-71 psychology, xliii-xlvii,
1-lii, 50-1, 235 ff. , 253, 263 ff. ;
Ideal, 522 ff. ; principles of Reason,
550-1 ; illusion, 13, 4 2 7-9 437.

456 ff. , 480, 552, 555. See Deduction
of Categories and of Ideas

Transition from the Metaphysical First
Principles of Natural Science to
Physics, Kant's treatise, 275 . ,
283 n. , 482 n., 514 .

Trendelenburg,. 113-14, 140

Truth. See Coherence theory of truth

Ueber das Organ der Seele, Kant's,

81 n. , 275 n.
Ueber eine Entdeckung, etc. , Kant's

reply to Eberhard, 90 ff. , 143 n.
Ueber Philosophic iiberhaupt, Kant's,

83 ., 128



INDEX



615



Ulrichs, 467, 471

Unconditioned, Idea of the, its relation
to category of totality , 199-200, 433-4,
451, 480, 529, 559-60 ; our awareness
of the conditioned presupposes the,
416-17, 429 ff. ; in connection with
Kant's view of the self, 473-7 ; Kant's
criticism of the Idea of the, 498, 527 ff.,
533-7. 541-2, 555, 558-61. See
Idealist and Sceptical views of Reason

Understanding, and Reason, lii-lv, 2,
52 ; defined, 81 ; may have common
root with sensibility, 77 ; distinction
between its discursive and its origina-
tive activities, 172, 176 ff., 182-3,
263 ff., 277- 8, 334-5. 37. 3771
viewed by Kant as a unity, 174 ff.,
185-6 ; its primary function, xxxiv-
xxxv, xxxviii, xli - xlii, 93-94, 133,
181-2, 288-9, 332, 370, 377 ; as in-
tuitive, 160, 291, 408 ff., 468 n., 542.
See Concept

Universal Natural History and Theory
of the Heavens, Kant's, 539



Untersuchung uber die Deutlichkeit der
Grundsdtze, Kant's, no., 131

Vaihinger, Hans, xx, xxv, xxviii n. ,
xliv n., 2, 13, 23, 43, 45 ff., 52, 53,
59, 60, 64, 65, 66, 81, 87, 104, 105,
109, 112, 113, 117, 127, 130, 139,
140, 143, 147, 148, 156, 161, 162,
202 ff., 261, 268-9, 298-9, 301, 314-
3 I 5. 579 -. 601 n.
Value, problems of, Ivi, Ix-lxi
Void, Kant's doctrine of the, 354-5
Voltaire, xxxi, 436, 539
Von dem ersten Grunde des Unter-
i schiedes der Gegenden im Raume,
Kant's, 40, 86 n. , 140, 162

Watson, J. , 1 n. , 23 n. , 75, 102 n.,
117, 183, 195, 196, 198, 262, 328,
462, 468 n. , 564

Windelband, 46

Wolff, 192-3, 272, 436, 440, 522, 579,
587, 601-6

Zedlitz, Freiherr von, 6-7



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