Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, translated by Norman Kemp Smith

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Table of Contents
(second edition, 1787)

TITLE PAGE OF FIRST EDITION (in replica) [1]
TITLE PAGE OF SECOND EDITION (not in replica) [3]
MOTTO [4]
DEDICATION [5]
PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION [7]
PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION [17]
TABLE OF CONTENTS OF FIRST EDITION [39]
INTRODUCTION[41]

  1. The Distinction between Pure and Empirical Knowledge [41]
  2. We are in possession of certain Modes of a priori Knowledge, and even the Common Understanding is never without them [43]
  3. Philosophy stands in need of a Science to determine the Possibility, the Principles, and the Extent of all a priori Knowledge [45]
  4. The Distinction between Analytic and Synthetic Judgments [48]
  5. In all Theoretical Sciences of Reason Synthetic a priori Judgments are contained as Principles [52]
  6. The General Problem of Pure Reason [55]
  7. The Idea and Division of a Special Science, under the title "Critique of Pure Reason" [58]

I. TRANSCENDENTAL DOCTRINE OF ELEMENTS [63]

First Part. Transcendental Aesthetic [65]

Second Part. Transcendental Logic [92]

    Introduction. Idea of a Transcendental Logic [92]
  1. Logic in General [92]
  2. Transcendental Logic [95]
  3. The Division of General Logic into Analytic and Dialectic [97]
  4. The Division of Transcendental Logic into Transcendental Analytic and Dialectic [100]

First Division. Transcendental Analytic [102]

Second Division. Transcendental Dialectic [297]

Introduction [297]
  1. Transcendental Illusion [297]
  2. Pure Reason as the Seat of Transcendental Illusion [300]
    1. Reason in General [300]
    2. The Logical Employment of Reason [303]
    3. The Pure Employment of Reason [305]

II. TRANSCENDENTAL DOCTRINE OF METHOD

Introduction [573]
Chapter I. The Discipline of Pure Reason [574]
Chapter II. The Canon of Pure Reason [629] Chapter III. The Architectonic of Pure Reason [653]
Chapter IV. The History of Pure Reason [666]

Index (replaced in this edition by the Hong Kong searchable index)


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