Kant came by means of speculation to the conclusion that time(t) and space(r) are the pure form of sensibility. The author has derived two operators, such as ∂/∂t (time formula) and ∂/∂r (space formula), as a form of sensibility from the psychological, physiological and physical facts, and these are the foundation of the dynamic cognition.
Regarding as the objects of cognition we have believed that we recognize φ as the absolute being. But it is δφ the relative being that we can actually recognize, and the intuition can be obtained by means of ∂φ/∂t and ∂φ/φr.
This thesis is to be reported by the two parts : the one is "the derivation of the pure form of sensibility", and the other is "the criticism of Kant's transzendental aesthetics."
THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE SOCIETY,JAPAN