analytic

[ an-l-it-ik or an-l-it-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF analytic
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The former is dealt with only in the Analytic, the latter only in the Dialectic.

The Analytic is a dissection of the faculty of the understanding.

The passage has all the signs of having been written prior to the Analytic.

In no part of the Critique is this so obvious as in the Analytic of Concepts.

The aim of the Analytic is to answer the second question, viz.

Kant therefore in the Analytic has a twofold problem to solve.

Analytic geometry aided in making good lenses for eyeglasses.

Analytic and synthetic propositions at once throw light upon the notion of a category.

To do this (he says) belongs to the province of Analytic; while in the present treatise he is dealing merely with Dialectic.

The argument of the Dialectic is no longer emphasised at the expense of the Analytic.

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