Originally Posted by mburbank
true enough for the observation of it, but when you are doing the deconstructing of the idea you become at odds with the percieving of it. Don't discount the part where a person has to do the observation of the idea and how his being the perciever of the idea has an impactation to it in terms of the philosiphising about it.
Well, you still perceive the deconstruction - it's not that you no longer have any knowledge of the concept, but rather that you are no longer inferring it. For example, in deconstructing causuality, you can still have a sense of what causuality meant in the past context, you just are no longer inferring it.
Kulturkampf, your pretty much a giant bigot anyway. I think it's pretty obvious that social concepts play an influence on development throughout life. You can keep believing that depression is rampant because of chemical imbalances if you want, but I'll keep pointing out the fag who only realized he was gay at 30.
And the new context is meant to be value-free
and inherently unjudging.