Scholars of philosophy and art apply deconstructionist
and postmodern ideas to the work of contemporary Chinese artist Wang Guangyi.
Meanwhile, McAvoy shares, ''Unbreakable' and 'Split' were both, in a way, deconstructionist
superhero movies ...
There, he reinvents himself as John Woman, a professor of "deconstructionist
history," winning over his students while alienating his colleagues.
approach, in fact, emerges as particularly adequate and appropriate to critically analyze the way bricoleurs implement their rearrangement of "whatever is at hand" in social contexts.
It is a thorough, well-informed, tightly argued criticism of the political implications of deconstructionist
It's a funny, clever, deconstructionist
approach to live stage magic.
"Death Comes for the Deconstructionist
" follows Mote and his sister through the streets and neighborhoods of Minneapolis and St.
A mix of stand-up and sitcom, its biggest USP, however, was the deconstructionist
way Monteith would frequently break off to address the audience (both in the studio and at home) directly.
This slim text takes a critical psychological and deconstructionist
approach to the intersecting discourses of drug-use/abuse and gender, but also race, sexuality, class and age.
Jabes and Levinas alone receive Derrida's unadulterated adulation, which, according to Mikics, reveals a growing conflict between Derrida's religious and philosophical proclivities, pointing an implicit ethical demand connected to Judaism in the deconstructionist
This move characterizes Wilber's unique integral philosophy in a deconstructionist
postmodern style of Nietzsche's "God is dead." Yet, Wilber, unlike Nietzsche, and more like Rank, reconstructs a post-postmodern vision of a new critical analysis and critical theory.
A further source of strangeness as the effect of a considered representational strategy, the editors argue, is Kafka's deconstructionist
and highly ironic commentary on the cultural discourses and practices of his time.