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There have been two different views of Kant’s writings about time-based science. One view is arithmetic-time science which thinks arithmetic scientific of time as if the geometry of space. Another view is kinetic theory which was mentioned in the time priority transcendental sensibility theory. The description of these two arguments can be found in the writings of Kant. However, Kant does not explicitly attributed special science to time. Both arithmetic science and kinetic theory are based on the time and the category of purely intellectual concept. It can not only be classified as a time-based science.