Definition of Sublates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of sublate) ¹



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Definition of Sublates

1. sublate [v] - See also: sublate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublates

sublacustric
sublacustrine
sublageniform
sublamina
sublaminal
sublandlord
sublandlords
sublanguage
sublanguages
sublapsarian
sublapsarianism
sublapsarians
sublate
sublated
sublateral
sublates (current term)
sublating
sublation
sublations
sublative
sublative case
sublattice
sublattices
sublayer
sublayers
subleading
sublease
subleased
subleaser
subleasers

Literary usage of Sublates

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1. Outlines of Logic and Metaphysics by Johann Eduard Erdmann (1896)
"In its completed development it appears that this relation contradicts itself/1) and hence (§ 101) sublates itself to the end that something else follow ..."

2. Outlines of Logic and Metaphysics by Johann Eduard Erdmann (1896)
"In its completed development it appears that this relation contradicts itself,W and hence (§ 101) sublates itself to the end that something else follow from ..."

3. A Manual of Logic by James Welton (1896)
"•I The diagram for A sublates SP and posits SP ; that for E not only posits SP which A ... but sublates SP, which A posits. ..."

4. Handbook of the History of Philosophy by Albert Schwegler (1868)
"The speculative of Hegel is also clear; it is what explanatorily sublates all things into the unity of God; or, in general, that is speculative, ..."

5. An Elementary Handbook of Logic by John Joseph Toohey (1918)
"The minor premise in each of the foregoing syllogisms sublates part of the alternants of the disjunctive premise, and the conclusion posits what remains. ..."

6. Synthetica: Being Meditations Epistemological and Ontological by Simon Somerville Laurie (1906)
"In its very birth, I say, subject now in the movement that institutes Ego sublates itself (is ^(/"-conscious) and all experience. ..."

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