Pure Concepts

Some articles on concepts, concept, pure, pure concepts:

The Theory Of Social And Economic Organization - Outline
... THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF SOCIOLOGY, 87 1 ... The Concept of Social Relationship, 118 4 ... The Concept of Legitimate Order, 124 6 ...
T. K. Seung - Seung’s Interpretation of Kant’s Philosophy (1969–2007)
... extension was made by joining formal logic to the pure intuitions of space and time and the pure concepts of understanding ... Although his theory of pure intuitions has been discredited by the emergence of non-Euclidean physical geometry, his theory of pure concepts has remained relatively intact ... they could not be distinguished from empirical concepts ...
Exalted - Setting - Other Magical Beings
... the structural orbit of Creation, but are truly native to the pure Chaos beyond the Wyld ... From the Indian word Dharma, this shinma is pure, wise, and all-knowing the opposite of what it defines ... Much like how other shinma define concepts by embodying their opposites, Nirguna defines existence by not existing ...
Schopenhauer's Criticism Of Kant's Schemata - From Pure Intuitions To Pure Concepts
... The pure forms of time and space are the basis of the perceptions that constitute experience of objects in the external world ... Kant's tacit reasoning was similar to the following "If pure intuition is the foundation of empirical intuition, then pure concepts are the foundation of empirical concepts." From this ... This pure understanding, according to Kant, consists of pure concepts or categories which allow the mind to discursively think about the objects that are intuitively perceived as being ...

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