conclusion in the mind Russian [umozaklyuchenie] conclusion or deduction
Kant, Immanuel (1724-1804) German philosopher. Bely refers here to Kant's categories in the Critique of Pure Reason. (1781).
dynamic principle "It will, however, soon appear that- a fact which concerns both the evidence of these principles, and the a priori determination of phenomena- according to the categories of quantity and quality (if we attend merely to the form of these), the principles of these categories are distinguishable from those of the two others, in as much as the former are possessed of an intuitive, but the latter of a merely discursive, though in both instances a complete, certitude. I shall therefore call the former mathematical, and the latter dynamical principles.*"
love I have replaced Russian [lyubov'] with English "love." The other modifications in the paragraph are minor. The examples in Russian [lyutik] "buttercup" and [lyutnia] "lute" are as far as I can ascertain chosen primarily for their initial syllables. I have replaced them with English "lovage" and "lozenge."