The Critique of Judgement, by Immanuel Kant

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

Introduction to the Second Edition

Preface

Introduction

  1. Of the Division of Philosophy
  2. Of the Realm of Philosophy in General
  3. Of the Critique of Judgement as a Means of Combining the Two Parts of Philosophy into a Whole.
  4. Of Judgement as a Faculty Legislating A Priori
  5. The Principle of the Formal Purposiveness of Nature is a Transcendental Principle of Judgement.
  6. Of the Combination of the Feeling of Pleasure with the Concept of the Purposiveness of Nature.
  7. Of the Aesthetical Representation of the Purposiveness of Nature.
  8. Of the Logical Representation of the Purposiveness of Nature
  9. Of the Connexion of the Legislation of Understanding with that of Reason by Means of the Judgement

Part I: Critique of the Aesthetical Judgement

  1. First Division: Analytic of the Aesthetical Judgement
    1. First Book: Analytic of the Beautiful
      1. First Moment: Of the Judgement of Taste According to Quality
      2. Second Moment Of the Judgement of Taste, Viz. According to Quantity
      3. Third Moment: Of Judgements of Taste, According to the Relation of the Purposes which are Brought into Consideration Therein.
      4. Fourth Moment: Of the Judgement of Taste, According to the Modality of the Satisfaction in the Object
      5. General Remark on the First Section of the Analytic
    2. Second Book: Analytic of the Sublime
    3. General Remark Upon the Exposition of the Aesthetical Reflective Judgement
    4. Deduction of Pure Aesthetical Judgements
  2. Second Division: Dialectic of the Aesthetical Judgement
  3. Appendix

Part II: Critique of the Teleological Judgement

  1. § 61. Of the objective purposiveness of Nature
  2. First Division: Analytic of the Teleological Judgement
  3. Second Division: Dialectic of the Teleological Judgement
  4. Methodology of the Teleological Judgement.
  5. General remark on Teleology

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