sublation

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Etymology[edit]

Latin sublātiō (removal).

Noun[edit]

sublation (countable and uncountable, plural sublations)

  1. (chemistry) A flotation method in which the material to be separated is adsorbed on the surface of gas bubbles in a liquid and is collected on an upper layer of an immiscible liquid
  2. Removal, taking away.
  3. (philosophy) In Hegelian philosophy, the situation where a thesis and antithesis interact.
    Synonym: Aufhebung

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