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See Category transgression and Category mistake

[A79/B105] kant defines categories as "pure concepts of the understanding which apply a priori to objects of intuition in general". [B128] kant characterizes categories as "concepts of an object in general, by means of which the intuition of an object is regarded as determined in respect of one of the logical function of judgment." (The table of categories parallels the table of judgments; the latter lists "logical functions in all possible judgments". In the deduction kant maintains that the categories are the basis of all experience in the sense that all thought about objects (in B: all judgment generally) must employ the categories (which is to say the concepts have objective validity). [A119] In the deduction in A, kant concludes that "pure understanding, by means of the categories, is a formal and synthetic principle of all experience". [B143] In the deduction in B, the parallel conclusion is "all sensible intuitions are subject to the categories, as conditions under which alone their manifold can come together in one consciousness". [A80/B106] In the table of categories, kant divides the categories into four groupings, quantity, quality, relation, and modality.

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categorycat"e*go*ry (?), n.; pl. categories (#). [l. categoria, gr. &?;, fr. &?; to accuse, affirm, predicate; &?; down, against + &?; to harrangue, assert, fr. &?; assembly.] 1. (logic.) one of the highest classes to which the objects of knowledge or thought can be reduced, and by which they can be arranged in a system; an ultimate or undecomposable conception; a predicament. the categories or predicaments -- the former a greek word, the latter its literal translation in the latin language -- were intended by aristotle and his followers as an enumeration of all things capable of being named; an enumeration by the summa genera i.e., the most extensive classes into which things could be distributed. s. mill. 2. class; also, state, condition, or predicament; as, we are both in the same category. there is in modern literature a whole class of writers standing within the same category.   similar words(1) 

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One of the highest classes to which the objects of knowledge or thought can be reduced, and by which they can be arranged in a system; an ultimate or undecomposable conception; a predicament.  

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Class; also, state, condition, or predicament; as, we are both in the same category.  

Noun1. a collection of things sharing a common attribute; "there are two classes of detergents" (synonym) class, family (hypernym) collection, aggregation, accumulation, assemblage (hyponym) Larvacea, class larvacea (member-meronym) superphylum (derivation) categorize, categorise2. a general concept that marks divisions or coordinations in a conceptual scheme (hypernym) concept, conception, construct (hyponym) kind, sort, form, variety (derivation) categorize, categorise

A category K is a collection of objects, obj(K), and a collection of morphisms (or "arrows"), mor(K) such that1. each morphism f has a "typing" on a pair of objects A, B written f:A->B. this is read 'f is a morphism from A to B'. A is the "source" or "domain" of f and B is its "target" or "co-domain".2. there is a partial function on morphisms called composition and denoted by an infix ring symbol, o. We may form the "composite" g o f : A -> C if we have g:B->C and f:A->B.3. this composition is associative: h o (g o f) = (h o g) o f.4. each object A has an identity morphism id_A:A->A associated with it. this is the identity under composition, shown by the equations id_B o f = f = f o id_A.In general, the morphisms between two objects need not form a set (to avoid problems with Russell's paradox). An example of a category is the collection of sets where the objects are sets and the morphisms are functions.Sometimes the composition ring is omitted. the use of capitals for objects and lower case letters for morphisms is widespread but not universal. variables which refer to categories themselves are usually written in a script font.(1997-10-06)

As there are many different types of viruses, they are grouped in categories according to certain typical characteristics.

A category is a predicate or attribute.

the value of variables in qualitative data

1) As used with respect to the certification, ratings, privileges, and limitations of airmen, means a broad classification of aircraft. examples include: airplane; rotor craft; glider; and lighter-than-air; and 2) As used with respect to the certification of aircraft, means a grouping of aircraft based upon intended use or operating limitations. examples include: transport, normal, utility, acrobatic, limited, restricted, and provisional. (14CFR1)

a distinct, manageable group of products/services that consumers perceive to be interrelated and/or substitutable in meeting a consumer need.

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fda pregnancy risk categories that indicate risk to a fetus from maternal use of a drug. category A drugs have not shown a risk in controlled studies. category B drugs either have not been tested in animals or show adverse effects in animals which have not been confirmed in humans. category C means that no controlled studies have been done in humans. category D indicates that there is evidence of human fetal risk, but the benefits of the drug may outweigh the risk. category X includes drugs which in animal and human studies (or common experience) have been shown to cause fetal abnormalities.

a system for classifying stages of HIV/AIDS. category A indicates full-blown AIDS. category B indicates illnesses and symptoms (e.g., Kaposi's sarcoma) that qualify as an aids diagnosis. category C indicates illnesses and symptoms (e.g., cervical intraepithelial neoplasia) that are attributable to or complicated by HIV infection, but which are not AIDS-defining.

either (a) the name given to a class of things, processes or relationships which appear to be sufficiently similar and frequent so as to render a uniform predication of its members useful or (b) the class itself. categories are the backbone of qualitative descriptions in the social sciences where a set of unordered but mutually exclusive categories is called a nominal scale (see measurement, variable ). (Krippendorff )

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Word analysis of category

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