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alienation

 [āl″yen-a´shun]
1. estrangement from society; feelings of being an outsider, foreigner, or outcast.
2. estrangement from one's self; feelings of unreality or depersonalization.
3. alienation of affect; isolation of ideas from feelings, avoidance of emotional situations, and other efforts to estrange one's self from one's feelings.

a·li·en·a·tion

(ā-lē-en-ā'shŭn),
A condition characterized by a lack of meaningful relationships with others, sometimes resulting in depersonalization and estrangement from others.
[L. alieno, pp. -atus, to make strange]

alienation

(āl′yə-nā′shən, ā′lē-ə-)
n.
1. The act of alienating or the condition of being alienated; estrangement: Alcoholism often leads to the alienation of family and friends.
2. Emotional isolation or dissociation.

alienation

[āl′yənā′shən]
Etymology: L, alienare, to estrange
the act or state of being estranged or isolated. See also depersonalization. alien, adj., alienate, v.
(1) The feeling of being apart from or unattached to others; estrangement felt in a setting viewed as foreign, unpredictable, or unacceptable, as occurs in depersonalization; the sensation that one has been removed from friends, family or one’s usual social setting; cultural estrangement
(2) The sense of being removed from one’s own emotions—alienation of affect

alienation

Psychiatry
1. The sensation that one has been removed from friends, family or one's usual social setting; cultural estrangement. See Depersonalization.
2. The sense of being removed from one's own emotions–alienation of affect.

a·li·en·a·tion

(ā'lē-ĕn-ā'shŭn)
A condition characterized by lack of meaningful relationships with others, sometimes resulting in depersonalization and estrangement from others.
[L. alieno, pp. -atus, to make strange]

alienation

1. A state of estrangement from, or inability to relate to, other people, concepts, social norms, or even oneself. Alienation, especially of the latter type, may be a feature of psychiatric disorder, but equally it may result from an accurate perception of the social environment.
2. A feeling that one's thoughts and emotions are under the control of someone else or that others have access to one's mind. One of the symptoms of SCHIZOPHRENIA.

alienation

isolation or separation from the standard.

Patient discussion about alienation

Q. my dad has msa, he has recently started seeing things, eg aliens, government consp.ext not fully reconzing lov does not reconize loved ones while having these episodes, becomes anxious and ill manered just not like my dad at all, he's so quite and polite normally.

A. Multi Systems Atrophy = MSA

Try this:
http://www.credencegroup.co.uk/Eclub/ses/sessearch.php?q=atrophy&pvdc=0
Get in touch with the credence group - they know very very much.

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A strictly formal approach to the alienable-inalienable distinction is possible only for those languages in which the alienability split requires an obligatory difference in the expression of alienable and inalienable possession.
However, on the other hand, it is exceedingly difficult to comprehend the legitimate core of equality nonquantitatively, in such a way as to enable it to establish a logical relationship to the quantitative alienable property and to different talents, states of fortune, goals and volitions.
What was formerly integral or essential to the experience of the self (and thus to the ego) becomes extrinsic and potentially alienable, which perhaps accounts for the sense of freedom and/or chaos experienced by early modern subjects.
That is, the trade between P and L would be consistent with an appropriate notion of liberalism, which would make libertarian rights alienable, so that the parties could waive their rights if they prefer to do so.
constituting the Municipality of Kalayaan, Province of Palawan, be declared as alienable and disposable land for agricultural, residential, commercial and other productive purposes.
Based on these legal parameters, applicants for registration of title under Section 14(1) must sufficiently establish that the subject land forms part of the disposable and alienable lands of the public domain; that the applicant and his predecessors-in-interest have been in open, continuous, exclusive and notorious possession and occupation of the same; and that it is under a bona fide claim of ownership since June 12, 1945 or earlier.
Aguirre agreed with the lawmakers findings and made several suggestions to the committee such as: revocation or rescission of the contract by the President of the Philippines; the filing of appropriate action in court by BUCOR, upon instruction of the DOJ, for the declaration of nullity of the JVA; and, proclamation of the President reclassifying the Davao Prison and Penal Farm (DPPF) as alienable and disposable land before BUCOR may be allowed to enter into any similar agreement, subject to public bidding requirements under the law.
Sampulna earlier recommended to the agency's central office to order the resumption of titling of Boracay land categorized as alienable and disposable.
Within the YKR are some 8,000 hectares, more or less, which are alienable and disposable public lands (A and D) subject of request for coverage under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) by PESANTE Pilipinas, Inc.
Other proposed measures are the Act Instituting Reforms in Land Administration, National Land Use Act, Delineation of Specific Forest Limits of Public Domain, Water Sector Reform Act, the FOI Act, Civil Service Code Reform, Magna Carta of the Poor, Act Protecting Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, amendments to the Anti-enforced Disappearance Law, Strategic Trade Management Act, amendments to the Ombudsman Law, and bill converting Bantayan Island into alienable and disposable land.
The clause is changed to 'unless provided by a regional law' in provisions involving the lease of alienable lands.
As the government land patches concerned, being scattered around and squeezed between private land, are unlikely to be separately alienable in the market through open tender due to their topography, location and size, and the land is not required for any public purpose in the short term, granting STTs can prevent the sites from being set idle or unlawfully occupied for free.