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Every year the message of Christmas is subsumed ever more by the crass commercialism of the market.
Each Greek god had a small menagerie of sacred animals, and it may be conjectured that these animals were originally the totems of various stocks, subsumed into the worship of the anthropomorphic god.
After the Bolshevik seizure of power in October 1917, the memory of the war was subsumed into the history of the revolutionary process.
But in reality his theory is neither Hume's theory of association nor Kant's of an a priori notion of understanding under which a given case is subsumed.
The transition, however, was never such that the later Speer completely subsumed, or sublated, the earlier.