1.) Abstractive Ideal - The concept that presupposes evidence beyond comprehension of concrete ideas and accounts for the standard idea of a subject or concept.
2.) Idealstic Norm - The standard or normal quality for concrete and abstractive ideals which all intuitions are a priori in nature.
3.) Rational Modality - A proposition of a method of logical construction, and the manner in which concepts are determined.
4.) Realistic Norm - The standard or normal quality for concrete and abstractive concepts of reality in which all intuitions are a priori in nature.
5.) Religious Ideal Norm - The religious standard or normal quality of epistemology of which the canonical ideal of God is the concrete and abstractive evidence of all intuitions of God are in a priori state.
6.) Sensible Ideal Modality - The proposition of all intuitions are in a particular manner of abstractive and concrete percepts, and all intuitions to the subject are an ideal of a priori intuitions.
7.) Sensible Modality - The proposition of a method of intuition construction, and the manner in which concepts are passively conceived and determined.
8.) Synthetical Ideal Norm - The standard or normal quality whereas all intuitions are a priori in the origin of a subject, and the synthesis of the knowledge comes from the borrowed rule of a posterior exception which combines to form pure intuitions a priori.
9.) Synthetical Religious A Priori - The pure intuitions of all religious canons that are a synthesis of a priori knowledge, and the borrowed rule of exception from a posterior knowledge that constructs and forms pure intuitions of God.