[From Latin structura: that which is arranged in a particular fashion.]

  1. (epistemology) The view that language or society is to be studied in terms of structural units or the arrangement of its parts (opposed, for example, to dynamism); in particular, epistemological structuralism influenced various schools of social, political, and literary theory in the 20th century, often overlapping with Marxism and related political movements.

The Ism Book by Peter Saint-Andre

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