Arendt, Kant, and Judgment

Hannah Arendt:

He [Kant] asked: What are the conditions of our experience? Crucial for Kant is that for him, and him alone, the highest faculty of man is Judgment (and not reasoning, as for Descartes, nor the drawing of conclusions after conclusions as for Hegel.

Letter to Mary McCarthy, 1954. Between Friends: The Correspondence of Hannah Arendt and Mary McCarthy 1949-1975, p. 24. (Compare Whitehead on reading Kant.)