What is the opposite of a pure function

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metaphysicsThe basic form of occidental philosophy; the science of being on which beings are based.rationalismHe examines what reason says about the world without using experience as an aid.empiricismHe examines what experiences and experiments say about the world.criticismLiterally used by Kant as "investigation", "examination".Pure common senseHer topic is the self-knowledge of reason without the aid of experience.Copernican turnNo longer the objects of the world, but the understanding is the measure of knowledge.thing in itselfAs the opposite of "appearance" that which is behind the objects and is never available to humans.A prioriFrom the outset, disregarding all experience, also: pure.A posterioriIn retrospect, based on experience.Analytical judgmentA dissecting judgment that is general and necessary (example: the gray horse is a white horse).Synthetic judgmentAn expanding judgment based on different experiences (example: Mr. Müller is a civil servant).TranscendentalAsking about the condition of the possibility.aestheticsFor Kant the science of perception.Apriori viewThe general and necessary view of space and time.CategoriesOrder factors that link concepts to make judgments.Transcendental deductionInvestigation of the question of how subjective conditions of thinking have objective validity.Transcendental schemeCoupling piece between perception and thinking.PhenomenonThe appearing, the sensually perceptible world.NoumenonThat which cannot be recognized in the world but has to be thought. That for which there is no intuition = the thing in itself.IdeasNecessary concepts of reason, for which there is no intuition in nature, but which must be thought: immortality, freedom and God.Transcendental idealThe principle of all ideals, God.AntinomyApparent counter-legality, but it is necessary.