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tr.v. sub·lat·ed, sub·lat·ing, sub·lates Logic
To negate, deny, or contradict.

[From Latin sublātus, past participle of tollere, to take away : sub-, sub- + lātus, taken; see telə- in Indo-European roots.]

sub·la′tion (-lā′shən) n.


vb (tr)
formal to deny
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So, the true phenomenon of self-consciousness does not actually discern the instance of the other, but it just discerns or identifies the difference of its own with all the preliminary stages of consciousness which must be sublated as the past traces of spirit.
The sensuous presence of the individual moment is sublated and the death of the divine man (gottliche Mensch) is absolute essence's "resurrection as spirit." (87).
Watkins cites Eliade's insights about the secularization of the religious imagination which has repackaged aspects of the mythological view, not dispensing with them but so transforming them that the transcendent aspect is sublated into worldly experience.
Part 5 will offer some tentative suggestions as to how the orthodox and heterodox interpretations of the LBD might be sublated into a higher viewpoint.
I would argue that Renfs reading reflects a positive, materialist dialectic ala Badiou (2005), as "truth" (as witnessed by Harker) is understood as the sublated form of law and unrestrained desire.
Rather, the novel shows that Tough Jew is something to be sublated, meaning to be negated, lifted up and preserved as a partial presence in the new synthesis of Jewishness.
In other words, resistant elements such as Friday must be sublated, after which the process itself is erased, leaving only disavowed traces.
Hegel called this mute and nonproductive death, this death pure and simple, abstract negativity, in opposition to "the negativity characteristic of consciousness, which cancels in such a way that it preserves and maintains what is sublated ...
We are hopeful that through such a "fusion of horizons" (42) Newman's thoughts can be sublated into the present consciousness of the Church, where Newman will be a partner in a critical dialogue that inaugurates the future rather than a voice from the distant past.
every character, is sublated by the protagonist's Bildung plot.
To use Hegel's terms, secularism sublated Christianity--an instance of the "Aufhebung" at work (109).
Furthermore, he argues that the early modern theatre and the curses aporetic structure derive much of their power from each other: "The uncontained, disintegrated curse has thus been fitted to the modern stage, and the stage to it: the dramatist presents a black hole in the symbolic order; and this hole is at once invoked by the theater and sublated in its ban, so as to perpetuate the theatrical profession" (242).