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Immanuel Kant

The Critique of Judgement

First published 1790

Table of Contents

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION 1790.

INTRODUCTION.

  1. Division of Philosophy.
  2. The Realm of Philosophy in General.
  3. The Critique of Judgement as a means of connecting the two Parts of Philosophy in a whole.
  4. Judgement as a Faculty by which Laws are prescribed a priori.
  5. The Principle of the formal finality of Nature is a transcendental Principle of Judgement.
  6. The Association of the Feeling of Pleasure with the Concept of the Finality of Nature.
  7. The Aesthetic Representation of the Finality of Nature.
  8. The Logical Representation of the Finality of Nature.
  9. Joinder of the Legislations of Understanding and Reason by means of Judgement.

FIRST PART. CRITIQUE OF AESTHETIC JUDGEMENT

SECTION I. ANALYTIC OF AESTHETIC JUDGEMENT.

BOOK I. ANALYTIC OF THE BEAUTIFUL.
FIRST MOMENT. Of the Judgement of Taste: Moment of Quality.
SECOND MOMENT. Of the Judgement of Taste: Moment of Quantity.
THIRD MOMENT. Of Judgements of Taste: Moment of the relation of the Ends brought under Review in such Judgements.
FOURTH MOMENT. Of the Judgement of Taste: Moment of the Modality of the Delight in the Object.
BOOK II. Analytic of the Sublime.
SECTION II. DIALECTIC OF AESTHETIC JUDGEMENT.