New Philosophy

Jacques Derrida and Deconstructionism

What is deconstructionism?

Deconstructionism is a method for interpreting “texts” (the term for written works used by deconstructionists) that is based on the premise that the meaning of texts depends as much on the writer’s background historical conditions and those of the reader, as it does on what is in the text itself.


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