By Robert M. Johnson
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Thinking therefore in its reception and formation of material does not go outside itself; its reception of the material and the conforming of itself to it remains a modification of its own self, it does not result in thought becoming the other of itself. . In its relation to the object, therefore, thinking does not go out of itself to the object; this, as a thing-in-itself, remains a sheer beyond of thought. (pp. 44–45) How can that be the inevitable situation? Well, when you presume that knowing addresses an object that is given apart from knowing, cognition somehow has to make itself conform to the object in order to know it.
If knowing or thinking is conditioned by something or other, then the former is relative to that factor, putting in forfeit any claims of providing unconditioned insights about anything. On the other hand, in pointing out these conditions, one is purporting to do something that is unconditioned and absolutely true. One is saying, “Aha! ” Somehow or other, that condition does not in any way prevent me from knowing in an absolute fashion what conditions thinking. If, however, it conditions my pointing to it, then my pointing to it is just as unreliable and relative as any competing claim, and I am certainly in no position to know whether or not there are any such conditions.
Absurd as this would be, it The General Concept of Logic 27 would not be more so than a true knowledge which did not know the object as it is in itself” (p. 46). ,” about a logic that is not merely formal but transcendental, a logic which, as Kant formulates it, is a logic for thinking objects of experience. It is a logic that involves those categories and judgments that necessarily come into play connecting our representations so as to enable them to convey to us objective appearances. Kant is concerned first and foremost with trying to show how these concepts and judgments play a constitutive role in our awareness of appearances.
A Logic Book: Fundamentals of Reasoning by Robert M. Johnson