A City Guide To Aduturai for Deconstructionists assert that the world is a text, or rather a constellation of interwoven texts in the ongoing process of being written and rewritten. Thus deconstruction is concerned not only or even primarily with the capacity of language to represent reality. It focuses on the capacity of language to construct reality. Likewise, poststructuralist theory is not only or even primarily concerned with the capacity of power to constrain action and desire. It focuses on the capacity of power to construct identity, and by so doing, to induce action and desire. Identities become constructed within hierarchically organized categories of experience and social structures. Poststructuralists explore the forms of power involved in this construction of social reality. A City Guide To Aduturai 2016.