I'm reading the prolegomena, and in §7, Kant presents both
- "pure intuition" (reine Anschauung), mentioned many times, and
- "intuition a priori" (Anschauung a priori), mentioned twice only.
it must be grounded in some pure intuition or other, in which it can present, or, as one calls it, construct all of its concepts in concreto yet a priori.
while the latter contains what necessarily must be met with in pure intuition, since it is, as intuition a priori, inseparably bound with the concept before all experience
The text seems to imply that all pure intuition is a priori, but could there be a intuition that is a priori but is not pure?