alineation

Related to alineation: Parental alienation, Alienation effect

alineation

(əˌlɪnɪˈeɪʃən)
n
the aligning or positioning of objects in a straight line
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(14) From Deleuze's notion that Antonioni criticizes not the modern world in whose possibilities he profoundly believes, but the coexistence in the world of a modern brain and a tired, neurotic body (1989, 204-5) to Peter Bondanella's suggestion that neurosis in Il deserto rosso (1964) relates to the character's inability to adjust to forces of modernity, rather than to her dehumanized and hostile surroundings (A History of Italian Cinema, New York: Continuum, 2009: 218); and from Kevin Moore's understanding of alienation in L'eclisse as "the beginning of a process which, ideally, re-places the self back into a world of its own devising and into a community of like-minded others as well" ("Eclipsing the Commonplace: The logic of Alineation in Antonioni's Cinema" Film Quarterly.
[d] isolating ligations alienation alineation [alignment] III.