Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 35 (2):27-42 (2010)

In this paper we analyze an ambiguity concealed in the concept of determination as used by Kant in his characterization of the transcendental schema as “transcendental time-determination”. We claim that, in this context, “determination” can be understood in a dynamic way as well as in a static manner. In the first case, transcendental schemata are procedures of synthesis or temporal determination of the empirical manifold. In the second case, transcendental schemata are the basic temporal properties or determinations produced by those procedures.
Keywords Esquema trascendental  Transcendental time-determination  Procedure  Product  Transcendental schema  Kant  Producto  Procedimiento  Determinación trascendental del tiempo
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