disrelation

disrelation

(ˌdɪsrɪˈleɪʃən)
n
the absence of relation
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Acknowledging from the start that human nature is in a state of disrelation with itself makes it clear that, far from privileging the human species, evolution wasn't really paying attention when it formed us.
"Anatomical disrelation may be perpetuated through the somatic reflex arc, in some people.
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"Families of Orphans: Relation and Disrelation in Octavia Butler's Kindred." College English 55.2 (1993): 135-157.
This capital, in turn, is now more the property of composition, although I would emphasize the disrelation of its syllabus to literature--especially with respect to departmental structure--whereas Guillory emphasizes its relation.
I would argue that the isolation and disrelation of the performer in this tradition were facets of dramatizing a unique ontological status of the circus performer.