sublation

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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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In my opinion, Luca Basso is completely wrong when he says that Marx "does not understand Aufhebung in Hegelian terms as an overcoming of the onesidedness of the preceding moments that conserves the positivity of their positing.
A esto la Aufhebung logra, desde la contradiccion, constituirse como la impulsadora y configuradora del movimiento dialectico articulador -de la totalidad-, determinante del autoconocerse del Absoluto.
Desde esta perspectiva, Judt puede adoptar una posicion mas favorable de la historia europea en la que, a partir de 1989, percibe la posibilidad de una Aufhebung o superacion tentativa de un pasado devastador: "The new Europe, bound together by the signs and symbols of its terrible past, is a remarkable accomplishment; but it remains forever mortgaged to that past" (Judt 831).
In his reading of Shobogenzo, he sees expression of truth as the self-expression and self-development of logos (109), casting-off body-mind as Aufhebung (110), and the development of Dharma through contradiction as a dialectical movement (115).
Instead of relying on the Hegelian Aufhebung as dominant paradigm, a critical interpretation based on a "Deleuzian" structure may be more fruitful in helping us understand the challenges Wordsworth faced when writing the poem--and, in particular, his conceptualization of nature--and better appreciate its power, even while acknowledging that, to adopt this paradigm works against the grain of Wordsworth's own text.
Aufhebung, the nominal form, makes for 'sublation,' that active form of negation which both modifies and upholds.
La Aufhebung o superacion (4) interesa a Hegel por la relacion que tiene esta con el fenomeno de la violencia.
Todo es pura negatividad, Aufhebung, la totalidad es historia, la historia hace al hombre y el hombre hace a la historia.
There is no coming to terms with it, no Aufhebung, and no polite tolerance of it: the republic of letters must stumble on it--Hamann forces the collision.
Girard thinks that Hegel's Absolute, the speculative reconciliation or Aufhebung is not biblical enough, even though it is Christian (Girard, 2010: 45), and it opposes the real escalade to the extremes recognized by Clausewitz.
In his late work this is often achieved through the method of the great synthesizer, Hegel, who takes the contraries to another level through a process he calls Aufhebung.