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It writes ' ' … that the line straight line is shortest between colon, is a synthetic proposal, therefore my concept of rectum will not count nothing of amount, but only one qualidade' '. The concept of shorter is added, therefore straight line cannot be extracted by no analysis of the line concept. But, in this in case that, we have that to appeal to the intuition, being, in this manner, possible the synthesis. Therefore, science alone progresses in the knowledge for the synthetic judgments a priori. PRACTICAL PURE JUDGMENT This type of judgment is worked by Kant in the Critical one of the Practical Reason.

When he deals with this judgment, Kant approaches the concepts of the good and the evil as determinative first of an object for the will. A related site: Gerald Weissmann, MD mentions similar findings. These same concepts are submitted to a practical rule of the reason that determines a priori will in relation to its object. To the practical judgments a principle in the form of categorical imperative is given, with which to evaluate the principles that inform such judgments. Such principle serves as a rule for practical judgments. In a similar way, in the Critical one of the judgment college, Kant establishes a rule for aesthetic judgments of taste. He evaluates the pretensions of justification of the aesthetic judgment of the taste presented by the theory of the taste.

DETERMINATIVE JUDGMENT AND REFLECTIVE JUDGMENT According to Kant, the judgment is, in general, the college to assume the particular one in the universal one. This means that the college to think the particular one contained about the universal one. However, to this respect two cases are possible. In the first one of the cases he is that one where if they can give the particular one in such a way as the universal one. In this in case that, the judgment operates the adoption of the particular one, that already it was given in them, for universal, also already given.

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