In accordance with the early stages of the act, these experiences themselves were aimed at invoking the spectators' sense of "real" selves, conjured through the spectable of a derealized
Alternately cynical and sentimental, these idiomatic voices might belong to that other great Austrian ventriloquist, Odon von Horvath, except that Bernhard's voices are derealized
through the extended monologue form, the repetitions and contradictions.
Thus double deixis might be described as jointly derealized
and devirtualized you.
Victims lost the sense of coherence and reality in their local worlds, which were experienced as depersonalized and derealized
(mental states that are associated also with dissociation and that can be culturally elaborated as serious psychopathology but also as normal or even supranormal experience).
Suddenly the latter is radically derealized
, and the social formation finds itself without a mechanism for achieving consensus.
The irony is that, once the text was internalized and reproposed by each interpretive code in its own way, the hybrid text as objective material was thoroughly derealized
For Montgomery, the wars simultaneously resemble the great events of antiquity, appearing unexpected, passionate, and sublime, and yet they equally appear as derealized
information: unreal, textual, ordinary, and historically belated.
Individuality and individuation simply have no place here, as the visual design scheme consistently frames the subject in an abstract space, removes him from a conventionally real world and, in the process, reconfigures him as part of a derealized
Likewise, it is of no account if cinematographic strategies should choose to reproduce the seasons of a here or the present moment of a place, for we are essentially derealized
with respect to them.
case the whole environment is derealized
, in the other only a particular
Coleridge conflates his sense of depersonalization with his derealized
perceptions, and both again with childhood as an ontological state.
There are, descriptively speaking, two kinds of derealizations; in one case the whole environment is derealized
, in the other only a particular element of it.