Unlike many in his field, he avoided the abstruse abstractions of French deconstructionism
, but he was also devoted to the work of Harold Bloom, his Yale colleague in the English department, whose book The Anxiety of Influence did so much to help Scully's own approach to the course of architectural ideas through the generations.
At our foundry we receive artists of all styles and backgrounds such as realism, modernism, abstract art, deconstructionism
and cubism, to name but a few.
In Recording Reality, Desiring the Real, Elizabeth Cowie combines psychoanalytic theory with deconstructionism
and semiotics to examine some of the fundamental questions in documentary studies.
Fuchs explores the work of writers of modernism, as well as more contemporary writers, employing literary criticism frameworks such as New Critics and deconstructionism
One witnesses an intense theorizing that is no less theoretical than a Derridean deconstructionism
, a Foucauldian poststructuralism, or a Lyotardian postmodernism.
Instead he surrounds this question--which is one of the cornerstones of Not without Madness--with meditations on how musicology has strained to articulate its aims in the wake of "postmodernism, deconstructionism
, and cultural studies" (p.
Foucault and the failure of reconstructionism constructionism and deconstructionism
Modern" appears to mean recent, as in the ideas and theories, colored by deconstructionism
, that have prevailed in the last twenty years.
Scaton's critique of the contemporary cultural studies including critical theory and cultural theory that originate in New Marxism, Derridean deconstructionism
and Foucauldian anthropology is very sharp and bold.
But, there is no doubt that the concept of his deconstructionism
has penetrated to the domain of valid works of postmodernism.
A culture-centric alternative to the endless deferring and excavating of deconstructionism
has emerged from the synthesis of twentieth-century semioticians (Ferdinand de Saussure), correspondence theorists (Ludwig Wittgenstein), symbolic anthropologists (Clifford Geertz), and the "neo-orthodoxy" of the German Confessing Church (Karl Barth, Emil Brunner, Rudolf Bultmann) to produce a school of "postliberal" narrative theology (Lindbeck, Hans Frei, David Kelsey).
This was before deconstructionism
and magic realism had muddled the issue of literature.