Four factors cause this disjunction between perception and reality.
The salesman's disjunction is revealed by a few phrases and gestures.
Obviously, there's a disjunction between your own life and the characters in this film.
Note the disjunction between the viewers who watched the premier, and those who watched the finale, on the first season.
British Dictionary definitions for disjunction
Also called disjuncture. the act of disconnecting or the state of being disconnected; separation
(cytology) the separation of the chromosomes of each homologous pair during the anaphase of meiosis
the operator that forms a compound sentence from two given sentences and corresponds to the English or
a sentence so formed. Usually written p∨q where p, q are the component sentences, it is true (inclusive sense) whenever either or both of the latter are true; the exclusive disjunction, for which there is no symbol, is true when either but not both disjuncts is