Why does Kant feel the need to augment the Analytic of the Beautiful with an Analytic of the Sublime? This question necessarily arises the moment we note the possibility of giving a justification of the architectonic of the Analytic of the Beautiful. The inclusion of an Analytic of the Sublime considerably complicates the question of the architectonic of the Critique of Aesthetic Judgment. To discuss the sublime entails admitting that taste is not coterminous with aesthetics. Further, we have to account for the fact that the Analytic of Aesthetic Judgment is itself not merely internally divided, but that only one of its moments (the Analytic of the Beautiful) carries through to inclusion and discussion in the Dialectic of Aesthetic Judgment.