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After all, it takes all four hypotheticals to express the complete disjunctive idea: and no reason can be given for the combination if thought does not have a distinct capacity for thus relating proposed situations. Certainly a simple hypothetical implies no thought of mutual reciprocity: but this is implied in the disjunctive.

187 The objection stated ............................................ 187 Gaunilon’s criticism............................................ 187 Kant’s formulation of the objection...................... 189 Attempted Answers ............................................... 191 Reconstruction......................................................... 192 CHAPTER III. THE COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT: THE ARGUMENT FROM THE FACT OF PARTICULAR EXISTENCE Formulation of the Argument ...................................

That is, judgments which really add to, and do not merely analyze or explain the conceptions which make up the sum of our knowledge. , all humans are humans. , all humans are fools. A further distinguishing characteristic consists in the fact that if an analytic judgment is negated, self- 5 Critique of Pure Reason, p. 7 and note. contradiction results directly, whereas this is not the case with a synthetic judgment. Now Kant’s contention is that all experiential judgments are synthetic in nature.

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