||law of, 199,
as regular succession, 202
common sense and
meaning of, 203;
as prefiguring of [a] future phenomenon in present conditions,
not a necessary principle, 208;
Spinoza on, identity and, 209,
as necessary determination of phenomena means human freedom,
and second type of prefiguring, 211
this leads to Leibniz, 213;
this does not involve determinism, 214;
involves two conceptions of duration, 215;
confusion of these two senses, 216;
relation of external, as mathematical, 219;
relation of inner, as dynamic, 219;
Kant ascribed same meaning to, in inner and outer world, 232.
||external, and intensity, 4
f., 20, 42
introduced into effect, 42,
external, and separation of sensations, 109,
series of associations sometimes effect rather than, 156
in inner states no recurrence of same, 154,
199 f., 233;
assertion that effect bound up with, 201;
analysis of concept of, 201;
self as free, 235.
||in organism, beliefs compared to, 135.
||but not duration, attributed to external things, 227.
||freedom and, 172
and prediction of future actions, 184.
||measurement of time by, 108
perception of strokes of without expressly counting, 127.
||number and relations of, 75
can space result from relations of, 94;
of past and present only in consciousness, 112.
||perception of, 47.
(part of p. 46 moved to p. 47)
||changes of hue and invariable colour, 51;
white, grey and black, 53
degrees of saturation, 54;
intensity of, 54;
colours of spectrum, 51,
changes in sensation of, 57;
can there be equidistant tints, 58.
||see also Endosmosis:
between idea of free force and necessity, 217;
forms of perception result of, 223;
intensity as compromise between quality and quantity, 225;
number results from a, 226;
idea of measurable time results from a, 228.
||compared to invisible musicians, 147;
as epiphenomenon, 152;
Kant separates external perception and, 222;
succession without distinction in, 227;
matter and form of, 234.
||of energy, see Energy;
of motion, 151;
of vis viva, 151;
conservative systems not the only ones possible, 152.
||of number when formed, 82
||law of non-, 89,
reconciliation of apparent at deeper level, 136.
||units must be identical, 76;
also distinct, 77;
flock of sheep, 76
battalion of soldiers, 76;
implies intuition of space, 77
material objects, 85;
conscious states, 86,
strokes of a bell, 86;
moments of duration, 104;
oscillations of a pendulum, 104
two sides of the process of, 123;
strokes of a clock by qualitative effect, 127.
||freedom shown at, 170,
|Critique of Pure Reason,
||result of, 235.
||article in, 75