Definition of Sublating

1. Verb. (present participle of sublate) ¹



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Definition of Sublating

1. sublate [v] - See also: sublate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublating

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sublageniform
sublamina
sublaminal
sublandlord
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sublanguages
sublapsarian
sublapsarianism
sublapsarians
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sublating (current term)
sublation
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sublative case
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Literary usage of Sublating

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1. Elements of Logic: Comprising the Doctrine of the Laws and Products of by Henry Noble Day (1867)
"The general principle in all disjunctive reasoning is that by positing one part we sublate the complementary part, and by sublating the one part ..."

2. A Manual of Logic by James Welton (1896)
"In the above, every result has been given twice over ; for the positing a universal is the same as sublating the contradictory particular, ..."

3. A Treatise on Logic: Or, The Laws of Pure Thought; Comprising Both the by Francis Bowen (1895)
"The logical doctrine of Opposition shows us what can be immediately inferred as to the truth or falsity of one Judgment, from positing or sublating (ie ..."

4. A Treatise on Logic, Or, The Laws of Pure Thought: Comprising Both the by Francis Bowen (1872)
"... and they must be reduced to two Contradictories, before we can obtain a ground of inference, from positing or sublating one of them, ..."

5. Outlines of Logic and Metaphysics by Johann Eduard Erdmann (1896)
"The result of such sublation cannot be equivalent to nothing,(1) for this has itself been only a moment in becoming, but the result of the self-sublating ..."

6. Outlines of Logic and Metaphysics by Johann Eduard Erdmann (1896)
"The result of such sublation cannot be equivalent to nothing/1> for this has itself been only a moment in becoming, but the result of the self-sublating ..."

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