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(verb) philosophy: to negate or eliminate (as an element in a dialectic process) but preserve as a partial element in a synthesis; assimilate (a smaller entity) into a larger one; used by Hegel

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on the narrative level, the solipsistic interpretation of consciousness is entirely sublated here

on John Wayne's rant over the loudspeaker

—p.87 The Ideal Athlete: John Wayne in Infinite Jest (75) by Gregory Phipps
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This relation was however considered necessary for progress; its potential sublation was not seen as a historical potential enabled by the development of the productive forces

class relations within classical political economy

—p.24 An Introduction to Karl Marx's Theory (23) by Christian Fuchs
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4 years, 6 months ago

Malthus, Mill, Petty, Ricardo, Say, Smith and Ure that Marx studied, sublated and was highly critical of in his works

—p.83 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) by Christian Fuchs
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4 years, 6 months ago


The paradoxical German term ‘aufheben’, which means three different and contradictory things – to preserve, to elevate and to cancel – and which, in its philosophical usage, is usually translated as ‘sublate’, is important here

—p.326 Part VI: The 1960s (301) by Stuart Jeffries
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4 years, 10 months ago


The potential obsolescence of labor is resolved by violent sublation into the machine

kinda nice

—p.61 by Benjamin Noys
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4 years, 6 months ago


talk Hegelian sublation

—p.239 11 (175) by David Foster Wallace
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5 years ago