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In Hegelian philosophy: that has undergone the process of Aufhebung.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in New Brunswick Review. From German aufgehoben, specific use (in Hegelian philosophy) of the past participle of aufheben to lift up, to keep, preserve, to annul, rescind, nullify, to neutralize, balance out from auf- + heben.
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