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1A method of interpretation and analysis of aspects of human cognition, behaviour, culture, and experience, which focuses on relationships of contrast between elements in a conceptual system.
- ‘In a crazy way, a good way of getting to grips with postmodernism / structuralism might be to dive into some examples in the Arts.’
- ‘I will, however, continue to use aspects of structuralism.’
- ‘In the wake of structuralism and poststructuralism, to write of literary personhood is no simple thing.’
- ‘Ascetic structuralism was a major line of enquiry in the London-based structural movement.’
- ‘The methods of structuralism and poststructuralism have been beneficial to the study of visual material in various respects.’
- ‘When I went to Paris, structuralism was very important.’
- ‘His work fuses elements of American structuralism, the narrative avant-garde and experimental documentary.’
- ‘Poststructuralism is beyond structuralism and focuses on ‘social discourses’ that shape meaning within the reader's mind.’
- ‘Indeed, if structuralism has taught us anything, it is that humans impose their sense of opposition on a world of continuous shades of difference and similarity.’
- ‘He retired from the post in 1971, just as structuralism, semiotics and other French imports began their invasion of film studies.’
- ‘Just as structuralism dispensed with history, so it also had no place for the reader in the production of meaning.’
- ‘Language-based approaches, such as semiotics, structuralism, and post-structuralism, are not vision-based.’
- ‘But something had happened to semiology and structuralism in those ten years, which, as you have surely reckoned, included 1968 and 1970.’
- ‘Parsons 1990 is an important paper, dealing with many subtle issues concerning structuralism.’
- ‘Critics countered that Jakobson's structuralism was doubly dangerous because it could be confused with the real thing.’
- 1.1 The doctrine that structure is more important than function.
- ‘Instead, he mobilizes the logical modalities for his eliminative structuralism.’
- ‘In its pages, Krauss and her colleagues reformulated the critical program of Minimalism in the language of French structuralism.’
- ‘The crucial feature of ontological eliminative structuralism is that the background ontology is not understood in structuralist terms.’
- ‘Until the 1960s this remained the intellectual agenda of U.S. anthropology, which largely ignored the emergence of both functionalism and structuralism in Europe.’
- ‘There was an immediate affinity between the two, since in France structuralism represented a revolt against the existentialist idea of the self.’
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