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Deconstruction is a philosophical theory of textual criticism.
Deconstruction may also refer to:
- Deconstruction (building), the process of manually taking down a building
- Deconstruction (band), a rock band formed by former members of Jane's Addiction
- Deconstruction (Meredith Brooks album), a 1999 album by Meredith Brooks
- Deconstruction (Deconstruction album), an eponymous album released by the rock band Deconstruction in 1994
- Deconstruction (Devin Townsend Project album), a 2011 album by the Devin Townsend Project
- "Deconstruction" (song), a song by the band Pitchshifter from their 1992 album Submit
- "Deconstruction", the sixth song on the Nevermore's 1999 album, Dreaming Neon Black
- Deconstruction Records, a UK record label
- Deconstruction Tour, a trans-European punk tour and sports festival
- Deconstructed (Bush album), a compilation album
- Deconstructed (EP), an EP by Kesha
- Dimensional deconstruction, a method in theoretical physics to construct d-dimensional theories that behave as higher-dimensional theories in a certain range of energies
- Construction (disambiguation)
- Deconstructivism, an architectural movement or style
- Positive deconstruction, a methodology in Christian apologetics
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