Linguistic Deconstruction is basically the concept of analyzing interpretations, definitions, and connotations of language, to separate them from language. Its conclusion is that language itself is incredibly vague, perhaps even useless in communicating one's own thoughts. Jacques Derrida
is considered the founder of the philosophy of linguistic deconstruction. What are your thoughts on it? And yes, I realize the absuridity of someone agreeing with Derrida(myself) of asking you to convey your thoughts in language when I consider it useless for doing so lol. But hey... it just bolsters my absurdist position in a metaphysical sense that life is just plainly absurd, full of logical impossibilities, useleness, and paradoxes. I embrace the Absurd though
I'll make my case for my position in the first comment.
"Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal."
-Albert Camus, Notebook IV