deconstructionist

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or concerned with the philosophical theory of literature known as deconstructionism
    deconstructionist criticism
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How To Use deconstructionist In A Sentence

  • From the perspective of ideologically marginal Argentine, Borges creatively develops his deconstructionist translation theory which is against tradition, authority and cultural imperialism.
  • Christine Tamblyn characterized DeMichiel as an example of an anti-establishment deconstructionist and as a collagist.
  • Life lessons, exes, or your philosophical stance on the late Jacques Derrida (Overblown fraud or grand deconstructionist?
  • And Derrida, like all Deconstructionists - and, in particular, French aesthetes, are expert at making rhetoric dance.
  • As the deconstructionists remind us, all human knowledge is situated in particular social constructions.
  • deconstructionist criticism
  • Christine Tamblyn characterized DeMichiel as an example of an anti-establishment deconstructionist and as a collagist.
  • And in some strange backward reverso-rhetorical deconstructionist logic, when we read 'witch-hunter' over and over in connection with Sarah Palin we begin to think of her as the hunted witch. Evan Derkacz: Witches, Fine... But Does Sarah Palin Believe in Religious Tolerance?
  • This four-line poem could easily generate pages of analysis in different theoretic schools - Freudian, Feminist, New Historicists, Deconstructionist, etc.
  • The assumptions underlying the deconstructionist view of reality linger on in surprisingly wide circles of influence in the 1990s.
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