Category Archives: Deconstruction of the Administrative State

The Deconstruction Begins

Donald Trump did change things. Now everything moves too fast. What happened recently seems like years ago – Charlottesville and Trump’s angry and defiant defense of the “fine people” who marched alongside the torch-bearing white nationalists, shouting about how Jews … Continue reading

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The Deconstruction of the Administrative State

Jacques Derrida’s 1967 work Of Grammatology introduced the idea of deconstructionism – and no one knew what the hell he was talking about. Words have meaning only because of contrast-effects with other words. No word can acquire meaning in the way in which … Continue reading

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