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These are certainly something, as forms of intuition, but are not themselves objects which are intuited (ens imaginarium).

For such an object must be capable of being presented and intuited in a Possible experience.

The non-sensuous cause of these representations is completely unknown to us and hence cannot be intuited as an object.

It is directly beheld (intuited) by reason, but in order to be of use it has to be reflected on, and this by means of language.

The laws of the process must be intuited, as also the process as logically according with those laws.

Space is given as containing coexisting parts, and can be intuited as such without successive synthesis of its parts.

Similarly, the relation of substance and attribute cannot be intuited; it can only be thought into what is intuited.