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a school of architecture based on the philosophical theory of deconstruction

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Therefore, I suggest that further research on epistemic justice in race matters can greatly benefit from drawing inspiration from decolonial and deconstructivist scholarship such as Spivak, Sousa Santos and Butler.
Still about the philosophical discussion around speech, but thinking of the deconstruction event in its relationship with speech studies as a science field, we can insert the work by Ferreira and Oliveira (UESC-BA and IFBA-BA), which addresses the deconstruction of the sign and of Linguistics as a positive science, promoting a discussion about the Derridean criticism of the Saussurean sign, of the Husserlian phenomenology and of the metaphysical determinations of science, and of Linguistics in particular, pointing at a deconstructivist dimension of language/speech, based on three texts that found the Derridean thinking, namely: The Voice and the Phenomenon, Grammatology and Structure, and Game in the Discourse of the Human Sciences.
This paper is structured as follows: Section II will investigate the necessity of having a deconstructivist approach to codification; Section III offers an interpretation of codification through the lens of a Hayekian approach to legal systemology and legal ontology; Section IV (briefly) deals with the current European landscape on codification of private law; Section V investigates the relationship between the instrumentalist use of law's geopolitics and legal transplants.
Regarding Bloom's belonging to deconstructivist thought, the following two aspects are relevant:
Derrida's suggestion that a text's essence depends on the dialectical relationship between more obvious and more hidden meaning is at the basis of deconstructivist criticism; in Derrida's own words: a deconstructive reading "attempts to make the not-seen accessible to sight" (163).
From here, my work proceeds in a deconstructivist manner: starting from the margins in order to dismantle what may appear to be solid facts, but which soon enough end up toppling down, one after the other.
For example, a hundred years ago the word 'metaphysics' was almost anathema to philosophy, as seen among its wholesale rejection among many positivist and deconstructivist thinkers.
In contemporary hermeneutics even a cursory glance at analytical philosophy and its discussions of sorites paradoxes and vagueness or at deconstructivist thought reveals a growing awareness of the element of ambiguity that appears to be an ineradicable characteristic of the very make-up of natural languages (but not an insurmountable obstacle to conveying meaning, as demonstrated by the prolific literary output of analytic philosophers and deconstructivists).
This can be seen for example in Daniel Libeskind's deconstructivist works such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin or the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
Any philosophical theory, including critical or deconstructivist theories, must start (and actually does, though sometimes implicitly) first and foremost with an understanding of contract law--with an idea of what a contract is and why contract law is therefore the way it is.
The application of abstract ideas and geometries concerned with the manufacture of space grew from the post-modern tradition in architecture and gained notoriety in the critical cult-de-sac of the Deconstructivist movement" (p.
To judge from the renderings, the stiffly geometric results, with their shifting, syncopated planes, recall the same Deconstructivist aesthetic that inspired a number of buildings on West 42nd Street, among them the Conde Nast building at 4 Times Square and the Reuters building at 3 Times Square -- both designed by Fox and Fowle.
This dimension is conditioned by the biological and psychological dimensions of identity; therefore, the approach should aim the inter-dimensional interpretation, not the separation required by the deconstructivist approach.
Still, the chapter stands on its own right as an outstanding reading in the deconstructivist mode.
With regards to the latter, Smith points out that we are, in our postmodern, deconstructivist moment, ill-equipped to understand Renaissance ideas about perception.