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The article focuses on re-evaluating Kant's Transcendental Dialectic by initially highlighting its seemingly negative function within the Critique of Pure Reason as a mere regulative form for cognition and experience. The Dialectic, however, does not only have such a negative-regulative function but also its very own positive and founding character for cognition that even is present in the supposedly most immediate forms of intuition. In exploring this positive side of the Transcendentaldoi:10.1515/opphil-2022-0218 fatcat:nfcb7snxq5d6xpchoe3jdu5hoi