I once in an email described myself as a disillusioned engineering student.
It's not really , Disillusionment it's more like the condition ofbeing disenchanted. Well I guess , thats what dissillusion is. The use of the transitive verb disenchant is to free from illusion. But if then I say that I'm dissillusioned , that is I say the condition that moulds me is free from illusion. Then, I lie. For nothing is free from illusion , and in the greater pictureNow I'm a engineering student no more. I broke the illusion that was and now I'll move on to something else.
the world is the illusion.
Thats the paradox really.