Reconstructivism


Reconstructivism

Reconstructivism is an ideology which holds that societies should continually reform in order to establish a more perfect government or social network. [cite web |url=http://www.articleworld.org/index.php/Reconstructivism |title=Articleworld.org |accessdate=2008-04-26 |format=php |work=Reconstructivism ] Commonly this is seen as recombining or recontextualizing the ideas arrived at by deconstruction — in other words, an existing system or medium is broken down into its smallest meaningful elements, and these elements are used to build a new system or medium free from the strictures of the original. [cite web |url=http://www.123exp-beliefs.com/t/00804411470/ |title=123exp-beliefs.org |accessdate=2008-04-26 |format= |work=Reconstructivism ]

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