1. notleia says:

    Wait, why not do some deconstruction? I guess not everyone ate and breathed it for two years of upper coursework, but I think of it as akin to examining your assumptions, which is a good thing for everyone to do.

    • In short: Because we already deconstructed deconstruction (the Jesus-rejecting kind) back in episode 10.

      • notleia says:

        O ye of small ambitions, that doesn’t mean we can’t still deconstruct some more!

      • notleia says:

        I went back and listened here and there, and it doesn’t seem like you do much deconstruction, just picking at other people’s arguments. Which is also a favorite hobby of mine, but not quite deconstruction. You did question the other people’s assumptions, but you didn’t question the assumptions made by society/culture/subculture (or reflect on how that influences your own assumptions).

  2. Fair enough. Our point was not to deconstruct deconstruction, but to challenge this notion in a way we haven’t heard done before: asking what imaginative assumptions the “deconstruction” folks are making, to which they seem completely un-self-aware.

What say you?