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In this paper I deal with the passage from the Critique of Pure Reason (A 138/B 177) where Kant carries out a preliminary examination of the problem of a schematism of empirical and mathematical concepts. I show that, despite appearances, the necessity of this schematism is in no way denied in the passage in question. In doing this, I also focus on certain other difficulties of reading presented by the aforementioned passage.doi:10.1515/kant.2006.009 fatcat:j2ncec7jnnh7haom3wzgek4bwa