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It is the subject in the judgment that answers the question as to what it is I see. Obviously this does not have to be an object in the sense of a material object (unless we want to claim that only material objects can be seen); seeing a triangle or an exercise in arithmetic written on the blackboard is also a matter of seeing an object. It is an object in the sense that it is the subject of the judgment that constitutes an answer to the question as to what it is that is seen and of which different things can be predicated.
2 The judgment,, "The author of Waverley exists," is not a judgment of this sort, and one seeks in vain in Kant's table under 'relation' to find a place for it. In the second place, with respect to numbers, the nature of truth functions, logical constants, and quantifiers,3 logic has become far more sophisticated, and the absolute character of Kant's division and arrangement is thereby seriously shaken. It also seems somewhat arbitrary that under 'relation' there are found, in addition to the categorical judgment, only the hypothetical and the disjunctive judgments.
Under the metaphysical exposition of time four arguments have here been mentioned. Actually there are five arguments, but the third of these five arguments, strictly speaking, does not (as Kant admits) fall within the metaphysical exposition but within the transcendental. This argument is as follows: there are certain fundamental principles concerning time that are universally valid and necessary. Of the principles Kant mentions 20 ) KANT'S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE these: time has only one dimension (it moves in one and only one direction, namely forward), and different points in time can not be simultaneous but must follow after one another.