(1)Though it is beyond the scope of this paper to explicate "postmodern thought" in a traditional exegesis, it still may be helpful to sketch out some of its general contours. There are different and contradictory definitions of Postmodernism. We can attempt to exhibit a particular style of it in order to attempt its definition (definition as description). We might also get an interesting/helpful perspective on Postmodernism by looking at the "Postmodern Philosophy" of Deconstruction. We anticipate the web of relations, the sum of relations, the traces and the metonymns that guide/inform our definition-project. Movements, historical eras, modes of being: these familiar terms are relevant and even necessary but are not sufficient. Postmodernism/Deconstruction is the very process of undermining the traditional assumptions linked to this kind of (Hegelian) terminology (of historicity). We can't even posit a definite "dominant-term" in this linguistic relationship. The words define each other through their differences.