deconstructor

deconstructor

(ˌdiːkənˈstrʌktə)
n
an adherent to the theory of deconstruction
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As Miller, a preeminent deconstructor, has explained in his essay "Steven's Rock and Criticism as Cure", "Deconstruction is not a dismantling of the structure of a text but a demonstration that it has already dismantled itself, its apparently solid ground no rock but thin air" (Miller, 1976: 67).
"What happens to the critical discourse of deconstruction," Nealon asks "when capitalism in practice assumes the role of 'deconstructor' par excellence?" (122).
Esto querria decir entonces que el historiador no habita solamente una memoria construida de antemano y que se ve abocado a preservar, sino que el mismo es constructor y deconstructor de aquella certeza.