Certain aspects of a post-structuralist perspective are very cohesive and useful for analysis. But how can post-structuralism prematurely claim we cannot discover truth about the world without stating this as its discovered truth? Perhaps this might be perceived as a play on words, but doesn’t every theory attempting to explain the world indulge itself in some proclamation of truth?
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