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- Deconstructivism (architecture) : Development of postmodern architecture from the late 1980s, characterized by an interest in manipulating ideas of a structure's surface or skin, with fragmentation and non-rectilinear shapes.
- Jacques Derrida : (July 15 1930–October 8 2004) An Algerian-born French philosopher.
- Philosophy of religion : Branch of philosophy concerned with religion.
- Postmodernism : A broad collection of critical theories, political attitudes and literary and artistic practices that react to what postmodernists feel to be a modernist culture - one defined by belief in scientific knowledge, moral authority, historical progress and a foundationalist view of language and the self.