Metaphysics
Table of Contents

Part I  - Propositions, Rules and Logic
  • Fundamental Theoretical Propositions
  • The Rule of Causality
  • The Logic of Rules, Judgments and Concepts
  • The Principle of Sufficient Reason
  • The Rule of Constraint

Part II – Ontological Expositions
  • How Matter, Space, Motion, Time and Existence are to be Tentatively Defined
  • Exposition of Matter
  • Exposition of Space
  • Exposition of Motion
  • Exposition of Existence
  • Exposition of Time
  • Zeno's Paradoxes of Motion
  • Exposition of Energy

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Part III - Epistemology
  Division I - Transcendental Metaphysics
  • Kant's Arguments for the Certainty of Knowledge
  • Outline of Hume's Refutation of Kant's Transcendental Metaphysics

  
Division II - Mathematical Concepts
  • Concepts and Judgments
  • Kant's Concepts of Epistemology
  • Mathematical Concepts
  • Why A Priori Synthetic Judgments are Certain to be True
  • The Nature of A Priori Synthetic Judgments
  • A Priori Synthetic Judgments Do Not Yield New Knowledge
  • The False Identification of Non-Physical Mathematical Concepts with Given Concepts
  • The False Identification of Physical Mathematical Concepts with Given Concepts

  
Division III - Refutation of Transcendental Knowledge
  • Refutation of Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic
  • Refutation of Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic: Space
  • Refutation of Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic: Time
  • Summary of the Results of the Refutation of the Transcendental Aesthetic

  
Division IV - The Nature of Objects
  • Kant's Proposition of the Thing-In-Itself
  • The Idealism of Berkeley
  • Kant's Mediation of the Idealism of Berkeley
  • Formal Presentation of Kant's Mediation of the Idealism of Berkeley

  
Division V - Philosophy of Mind
  • Mind as Immaterial Substance
  • Apparent Sufficient Reason for the Identification of Mind with “Immaterial Substances”
  • Refutation of Hume's Immaterialist Theory of Mind
  • Refutation of Any Immaterialist Theory of Mind: Introduction
  • Refutation of the Mentalist Proposition
  • Refutation of the Dualist Proposition
  • Refutation of any Immaterialist Theory of Mind
  • The Possibility of Identifying Mental Experience with Given Concepts
  • Theories of Mind and the Principle of Sufficient Reason
  • The Impossibility of a Materialist Theory of the Mind

  
Division VI - Objective Knowledge and Reality
  • The Proposition of the Thing-In-Itself
  • The Thing-In-Itself and the Transcendental Aesthetic
  • The Thing-in-Itself and the Transcendental Logic
  • The Consequences of Mind as Immaterial Substance in Kant's Epistemology
  • Absolute Idealism: The Consequence of Kant's Proposition of the Thing-In-Itself
  • Refutation of Kant's Proposition of the Thing-In-Itself
  • The Necessity of a Logical Connection Between Objects Themselves and Appearances
  • Objective Verification

   
Division VII - Refutation of Kant's Transcendental Logic

   Division VIII - Summary of Results