Conte de printemps

:03:00's a judgment in which the predicate
isn't inherent in the subject.

For example?
Let's use Kant's example.
"All bodies are extended in space,"
is an analytical judgment.

But "All bodies are heavy,"
is a synthetic judgment...

...but a posteriori,
because the idea of weight...

:03:17 not contained in the subject idea,
but validated by experience.

And "synthetic a priori"?
"All bodies are...."
What example does Kant use?

Kant's example is: "Everything
that happens has a cause."

We can also use mathematical
propositions. When I say:

"A straight line is the shortest path
between two points,"...

:03:40 doesn't stem from the concept
of straightness nor from experience.

Yes, because space is an a priori form
of perception.

You didn't forget a thing!
-You learned that, at least?
-I told you, no.

Maybe it was discussed,
but I wasn't there, or I wasn't listening.

That didn't stop me from getting an "A".
The other day,
Jeanne and I went to the country.

-It's a marvelous place.
-It's in a nice area.

We started working on the garden.
We couldn't paint the trellis
because it was raining...

...but I sprayed insecticide everywhere.
Everything was wet,
so I don't know if it'll work.

We'll do it again another time.
You sprayed more on me
than on the flowers!

When are you planning on going?
I need to know,
otherwise I'll ask my friends to help.

As soon as possible.
There's no need to bother your friends,
unless they'd like to.

-Next Saturday?
-Why not? Okay with you?

I can't, I have an article to finish.
-You can finish it there.
-That'll be hard. Go without me.

Will you be coming, Natacha?
I thought so,
but I made other plans for next Saturday.

That shouldn't stop you from going.
That's nice, but I have plans, too.