Deconstruction Sentence Examples
No assembly or deconstruction of the microwave needed.
The doctor's unraveling of the voting man's motives highlights his own internal deconstruction.
The first task of the process of positive deconstruction, then, is to identify the underlying worldview.
My longer term project is a critical deconstruction of the concept of " classical economics " .
This is because his radical deconstruction of the Qur'an relies heavily on locating it within its original context.Advertisement
Taking genre fiction for a ride, Slow Death uses obscenity, black humor and repetition for the sake of ironic deconstruction.
That is a classic postmodern deconstruction of a passage of the Bible.
Here, therefore, deconstruction is not, cannot purport to be, an alternative to Marxism.
The company's focus is on deconstruction of buildings to recycle materials, but it also accepts donations of new materials as well.
Anyone familiar with Broomfield's work will know that it's never straight forward because he has heard of a little thing called deconstruction.Advertisement
By means of Stevens we see the slow deconstruction of his facade, his costume.
In Eco's theoretical writings, overinterpretation includes deconstruction.
I also loved that the film showed the deconstruction of Capote the man as he got more and more involved with the case.
For the three thinkers here, we might say that in cultural studies exists an especially worrisome form of deconstruction.
Understanding the problems that accompany the deconstruction of a family unit can help parents and other authorities pinpoint the type of support children may need.Advertisement