This chapter examines the different transcendental schemata which correspond to the pure categories. It proposes to state in each case what is the pure category, what is the schematised category, and what is the transcendental schema. It will be necessary to supplement Kant's own account by information derived from other parts of the Kritik, for his description is unfortunately incomplete and careless where we are most in need of precision. Kant gives us three schemata of relation corresponding to the three pure categories derived from the categorical, hypothetical, and disjunctive forms of judgement; and these schemata are concerned with the necessary relation of sensible objects to one another in a common time and space. The transcendental schema is the product which results from the synthesis conceived in the schematised category: If so, it is also conceived in the pure category as the higher concept under which the schematised category falls.