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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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When both are brought together into a patriotic sublation, the audience can experience victory before it comes and leave behind the cares of everyday life in a fantasy of anticipatory plenitude.
In Las tribulaciones loss as affect holds the mourners hostage, who, fixated by their claim of kinship, become the specter's possession--their claim to filiation--guaranteeing paternal immortality through the ritual of sublation (the Hegelian Aufhebung).
Having established that fallen language is predicated on separation rather than sublation, St.
Paul looks for a final sublation of the disruptive, disarticulating "letter," a spiriting away that would correlate with a complete integration or totalization on the model of a supposed organic unity.
It indexes the theme of the sublation of the corporeal, opening a door between animal life and transcendent being through the draining away--as for example in sacrificial exsanguination--of bodily vitality.
Here it is important to differentiate Agamben's theory of messianic time from Hegelian dialectical sublation.
Here, Emmanuel Levinas's philosophy of differentiation will provide a needed balance to Hegel's sublation of differences, inasmuch as Paul Ricoeur's symmetric relationship ofrelationality in The Course of Recognition will allow for an egalitarian framework for an ecclesiological reconstruction.
That reorganization on another plane evokes, to break into Hegelese (authorized, surely, by the Inspector's philosophical bent), the dialectical process of Aufhebung or sublation, where terms are both cancelled and preserved by being taken to another level, reconfigured elsewhere.
The simultaneous sublation and mental evacuation of the individual in the baseball crowd offers Oppen an effective analogue here to his political concerns, while the growing power of Major League Baseball, its unparalleled ability to mobilize humanity, to anonymously communicate and persuade, provides a threatening undertone.
Rutter replies, first, that this interpretation relies on a 'distinctly un-Hegelian conception of the content and the form' (10) which takes one to be dissociable from the other, and second, that there is a sense of the 'sublation' (aufheben) of something (as illustrated in Hegel's account of the family in the Philosophy of Right) which does not involve the loss in its significance and the sublation of art should be understood in this sense.
Theunissen, Michael (2002), "Notion and reality: Hegel's sublation of the metaphysical notion of truth", Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, vol.
sublates the activity of the first substance; but the first substance is likewise this sublation of its immediacy or of the effect posited in it, so that it sublates the activity of the second, too, and reacts.