If postmodernism is true, then I can't know what they believe.
If postmodernism is true, then they can't know what to deconstruct.
If postmodernism is true, then why do they even write books?
If postmodernism is true, then how do they know that I don't understand them?
Since I know what postmodernists believe, they seem to be clear on what they are deconstructing, they write books propagating their absurdity, and they think they know that I don't understand them, then we know a few things:
- Postmodernism is false.
- Postmodernists are justifying untruths that they want to be true or denying truths they don't want to be true. (Since postmodern deconstruction seems aimed at ethical considerations, squirming out of moral obligations is almost certainly the purpose of postmodernism.)
- The opposite of naturalistic, evidential science (which is rationalistic) isn't supernaturalism (which is also rationalistic), it's postmodernism (which intends to deconstruct rationalism).