No, abstract in English means pulled from, not pulled away from.
As a noun, it means a short summary.
As an adjective, it means immaterial and ideal.
As a verb, it means to consider a property or quality separately from other properties or qualities. For example I can look at a greek oak leaf, and think of its colour only, the very shade of green, independently of the shape or size. I have abstracted the colour from the matter, a mental operation (as described by Wilhelm Dilthey). But it does not mean actually separate.
Here you really should use 'independently.'
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