This passage from the second edition is a development of prolegomena, 13, iii.
Philology can, however, furnish no more than the prolegomena to mythology.
Compare on this point the prolegomena to book, "Principles of Descartes's philosophy set forth geometrically."
Green, in his prolegomena to Ethics, has interpreted this aspect in a manner that ought not to be forgotten.
There it occupies the place which, in the field of classical and historical scholarship, is taken by Wolf's prolegomena to Homer.
If I refer to Strabo, in his remarkable prolegomena, it is because he had occasion to consider the point particularly.
It does not, however, reappear in the prolegomena, and its teaching is explicitly withdrawn in the second edition of the Critique.
The length of my prolegomena and digressions compels me to postpone this part of the subject to another occasion.
This, indeed, is how they are viewed in the earlier sections of the prolegomena.
The exposition is a brief summary of the corresponding prolegomena sections.
1650s, "learned preamble to a book," from Greek prolegomenon, noun use of neuter passive present participle of prolegein "to say beforehand," from pro- "before" (see pro-) + legein "to speak" (see lecture (n.)) + suffix -menos (as in alumnus). The same sense is in preface (n.). Related: Prolegomenary; prolegomenous.