ARCHITECTONIC.—"By the term Architectonic, I mean the art of constructing a
system... the doctrine of the scientific in cognition" (Kant's Critique of
Pure Reason, Meiklejohn, 503; Max Müller, II. 714). Kant proposes "to sketch
the plan of the Architectonic of all cognition given by pure reason," adding
that, by Reason he understands "the whole higher faculty of cognition, the
rational placed in contradistinction to the empirical."