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sub·la·tion

(sŭb-lā'shŭn),
Detachment, elevation, or removal of a part.
[L. sublatio, a lifting up]

sub·la·tion

(sŭb-lā'shŭn)
Detachment, elevation, or removal of a part.
[L. sublatio, a lifting up]

sublation

(sub-la'shun) [L. sublatio, elevation]
The displacement, elevation, or removal of a part. Synonym: sublatio
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But the Longinian thrust of The Great Code, Words with Power, The Double Vision, Myth and Metaphor, and the three volumes of his notebooks on the Bible suggest that Frye did not try to resolve the Aristotle-Longinus antithesis with still another of his many applications of the Hegelian Aufhebung.
The identity of thought and being, contained in this formulation of Hegel's philosophy, can only be a momentary gain in light of the movement of Aufhebung.
In other words, globalization seems to be constructed by some of the most radical critics as a necessary stage in the Aufhebung of capitalism.
The final aim of Afterlives, however, appears to follow Benjamin's as Lupton describes it: when the monuments of secular culture are seen to contain the tropes and methods of Christianity in its typological triumph over Judaism, then the Jewish "remainder" (what unpredictably but necessarily escapes the grasp of the dialectical Aufhebung or sublation) can be recognized, and Judaism restored as a component of modernity.
Rand achieved a dialectical Aufhebung - a sublation of dualities that simultaneously abolished and absorbed, transcended and preserved elements of the Russian communitarian vision.
He titled it Gottes Offenbarung als die Aufhebung der Religion, a summary of the biblical prophetic message, but he had problems with "religion as unbelief.
Moreover, since Aufhebung is a concept where negation and preservation, denial and affirmation remain bound together, the process denoted is not that of concord, completion, and closure, but the dynamics of further and endless contradiction.
34) Hegel's science certainly has technical aspects, for example, Aufhebung, dialectic, "for itself" and "in itself," and so on; but all that these terms really do is describe the way in which the mind moves from one distinction to another; they are not, in other words, prescriptive.
What defines the meaning and movement peculiar to the spirit is the freedom of movement of the Aufhebung (of the determinate negation) with respect to the conditions in which it finds itself to operate, with respect to the conditions of circumstance in which it unfolds.
In the Phenomenology he uses the term Aufhebung in order to think difference.
The phallus is the signifier of this very Aufhebung, which it inaugurates (initiates) by its disappearance' (Ecrits, p.
Koether's newfound institutional acceptance follows on the heels of a spate of well-received exhibitions: At the Swiss Institute in New York in 2002 she presented "Black Bonds," a collaboration with the late Steven Parrino that combined noise performances with an installation of artfully destroyed "failed" paintings; at New York's Reena Spaulings Fine Art in 2004 she showed her "black paintings," a group of 170 swiftly executed works that amount to a typology of painterly gestures (Fresh Aufhebung, 2003-2004); and last spring, again in New York, she had a miniretrospective at Thomas Erben Gallery.