Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2020)

Srećko Kovač
Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb
The article focuses on Kant's formal logic (formal theory of concepts, judgments, and inference, general methodology) in the systematic order of logical forms and presents the main characteristics of his transcendental logic (theory of categories and transcendental ideas). Kant's problem of the foundations of logic and its completeness is addressed. The relevance and influence of Kant's account of logic in the development of modern logic is outlined. The article gives a selection of primary and secondary sources.
Keywords Kant  formal logic  transcendental logic  concept  judgment  inference  system  categories  ideas  completeness
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