THE first section of this chapter will be taken up with showing the gradual development of Kant’s views on time within the Critique of Pure Reason and the conflicting tendencies which they reveal. For no other philosopher is it as necessary as it is with Kant to trace the different views which he holds at different times, and to write sections on “The Aesthetic”, “The Analytic”, and so on. Only after this has been done can we go on to discuss in greater detail the more interesting of the problems which he raises.