Synthetic A-Priori Propositions

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Second is the distinction between propositions that are analytic, that is, those in which the predicate is included in the subject, and those that are synthetic, that is, those in which the predicate is not included in the subject. Putting the terms of these two distinctions together gives us a ?fourfold classification' of propositions...
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Analytic a-priori propositions include such statements as: ?All bachelors are unmarried' and ?All squares have four sides.' Analytic a-posteriori propositions do not exist, according to Kant, because, if the predicate is conceptually included in the subject, the need for experience is irrelevant and unnecessary...
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