Deconstruction (John Dotson’s dream of September 27, 2016)
With deconstruction, there is recognition that every thought is conditioned by syntactical and grammatical structures and pervasive cultural influences, attitudes, affects. This structuration is deep in the core of our very mentality, and thus deconstruction is necessary and intrinsic as these structures both arise, substantiate, but also distanciate and subvert with uncertainty.
I sense that I have said too much too fast. A student in the back row sitting against the wall poses a question searching for a term that begins with the letter [h]. My hunch is that she wants to use the term “hypertextuality” as a psycholinguistic expression, or the term “hyperreality.”