Categories

Categories are either classes under which all our Notions of things may be grouped, or classes under which all our Thoughts of things may be grouped; the former called Logical, we owe to Aristotle, and the latter called Metaphysical, we owe to Kant. The Logical, so derived, that group our notions, are ten in number: Substance or Being, Quantity, Quality, Relation, Place, Time, Position, Possession, Action, Passion. The Metaphysical, so derived, that group our thoughts, are twelve in number: (1) as regards quantity, Totality, Plurality, Unity; (2) as regards quality, Reality, Negation, Limitation; (3) as regards relation, Substance, Accident, Cause and Effect, Action and Reaction; (4) as regards modality, Possibility and Impossibility, Existence and Nonexistence, Necessity and Contingency. John Stuart Mill resolves the categories into five, Existence, Co-existence, Succession, Causation, and Resemblance.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Categorical imperative * Catesby, Mark
Castro, Vaca de
Castrogiovanni
Castruccio-Castracani
Catacombs
Catalani, Angelica
Catalonia
Catamar`ca
Cata`nia
Catanza`ro
Categorical imperative
Categories
Catesby, Mark
Catesby, Robert
Cath`ari, or Catharists
Catharine, St., of Alexandria
Catharine I.
Catharine II. the Great
Catharine de' Medici
Catharine of Aragon
Catharine of Braganza
Catharine of Sienna

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