deconstructionist deconstructionist


  • (adj) of or concerned with the philosophical theory of literature known as deconstructionism


  1. Almost deconstructionist in design, it includes previously unpublished notebooks with an annotated examination of Schulz's artwork.
  2. Fredrikson Stallard's King Bonk chair takes its cues from the deconstructionist movement.
  3. Lapine's book, at times self-consciously literary and deconstructionist, does not play fair.


  1. "Part of is that it just sucked so much when it started, that it had nowhere to go but up," jokes Parker, 38. "When it started, we knew how to be brash and deconstructionist, but we didn't really know how to write. We've learned how to be...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Trey Parker Source: The Gazette (Montreal)

  2. "You could run a Daily Show from Dayton, Tennessee," says Stewart. "People from Dayton could come to New York and cover the gay pride parade and they'd also be covering a foreign country. So much of what we do is deconstructionist and...
    on Sep 30, 2005 By: Jon Stewart Source:

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