It is even sought to reconcile the antinomy of freedom vs. God's foreknowledge.
Besides, we have already discussed this subject in the antinomy of pure reason.
The reasons of this oscillation we shall have occasion to consider in dealing with the fourth antinomy.
Hence it is exposed to no danger of an antinomy of its own or to a conflict of its principles.
The antinomy which reveals itself in the application of laws, is for our limited wisdom the best criterion of legislation.
This type of argument is, in modern times, called "antinomy."
The second antinomy illustrates the dependence of the problem of continuity upon that of infinity.
Of all the cosmological ideas, however, it is that occasioning the fourth antinomy which compels us to venture upon this step.
And with this result we might, if we chose, take leave of the first antinomy.
The full discussion of this subject will be found in its proper place in the chapter on the antinomy of pure reason.