Did you know there's a recipe out there for deconstructed Caesar salad? Or that you can buy a pair of deconstructed jeans? But deconstruction is not really about ripping the hems or serving all the ingredients separately instead of together in a bowl. It's a way of reading philosophical texts and this week we examine the work of the man who coined the term (and sometimes wished he hadn't): the French philosopher Jacques Derrida.
Download the audio or read the transcript here: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/philosopherszone/stories/2010/2933615.htm.