First published in 2002. This is Volume II of four of a series on Kant's and provides a commentary on the First Half of the Kritik Der Reinen Vernunftwith, Kant's Metaphysic of Experience (Vol II).
Table of Contents
Part 7 The Schematism of the Categories; Chapter 32 Category and Schema; Chapter 33 The Transcendental Schemata; Chapter 34 The Significance of the Schema; Part 8 The Principles of the Understanding; Chapter 35 The Supreme Principle of Synthetic Judgements; Chapter 36 The Principles of the Understanding; Part 9 The Mathematical Principles; Chapter 37 The Axioms of Intuition; Chapter 38 The Anticipations of Sense-Perception; Part 10 The Analogies of Experience; Chapter 39 The Principle of the Analogies; Chapter 40 The Special Character of the Analogies; Chapter 41 The First Analogy; Chapter 42 Substance; Chapter 43 The Second Analogy; Chapter 44 The Second Analogy (continued); Chapter 45 The Argument for Causality; Chapter 46 Causality and Continuity; Chapter 47 The Third Analogy; Chapter 48 The Third Analogy (Continued); Part 11 The Postulates of Empirical Thought; Chapter 49 Possibility; Chapter 50 Actuality and Necessity; Part 12 Transcendental Idealism; Chapter 51 Empirical Realism; Chapter 52 Inner Sense and Self-Knowledge; Chapter 53 Self-Knowledge and Knowledge of Objects; Chapter 54 The Transcendental use of Concepts; Chapter 55 Noumenon and Transcendental Object; Chapter 56 Phenomena and Noumena;
H J Paton