Jacques Derrida

“Who is more faithful to reason’s call, who hears it with a keener ear… the one who offers questions in return and tries to think through the possibility of that summons, or the one who does not want to hear any question about the reason of reason?”                                                                                      (Jacques Derrida)

Derrida coined the term Deconstruction.  He said that there was no ‘one’ meaning to a piece of prose.   An element within a picture might mean one thing to one person and something entirely different to another. He asks us to not take an image a face value, or the obvious interpretation but to consider all of the elements to make our own understanding of it.