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The idea of time does not follow but precede such experience. It is therefore a priori. The second argument draws the same conclusion fact that although we can think away all appearances and thus conceive time as empty, time as the from the condition of their possibility cannot itself be removed. It seems possible to think the absence of time. What seems therefore to be meant by Kant is that we cannot think of the possibility of appearance without presupposing the being of time. The third argument, as Kant himself says, properly belongs to the transcendental exposition and will be better universal explained there.
Which These are only the primary concepts of the pure all Besides these there are pure derivative understanding. concepts also, which can be derived by combining the categories with one another or with the modes of pure sensibility (Space and Time). They would need to be considered in a complete system of transcendental THE CATEGORIES 47 philosophy, but as Kant is writing only a critical essay he is content with merely pointing out that there are such derivative concepts. The divided categories classified under into two groups called dynamical.
It is because of such synthesis a synthesis that a manifold can be contained in a single representation. Space and time are also manifolds and their ^presentations too require such a synthesis. Only space and time being a priori representations, we have a pure synthesis of apprehension in respect of them. TRANSCENDENTAL ANALYTIC 54 2. The Synthesis of Reproduction in Imagination The synthesis of apprehension requires the co-opera- tion of another synthesis in order to give us the complete representation of an object.
A Handbook to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason by Rasvihary Das