Hi everyone. I'm reading through Transcendental Logic, and there are a few points I am not exactly clear on, and I don't have have anyone to talk to about this. I think I know the meanings, but I would just like someone to give feedback as to whether I'm on the right track. 1. Transcendental Logic is a subcategory of Special Logic because, unlike General Logic, it is concerned with its contents. 2. Sythesis is a function that simply connects together a group a representations. It does not yield anything such as intuition, knowledge, or concepts. It is when a concept is applied to this synthesis that we receive knowledge. 3. The categories are the a priori concepts that we apply to synthesis to yield knowledge.