postmodernist term for our current time frame -- the same as that for all fictional characters and narratives, including reality.
We are always already exhausted with believing in things. Our decision has always already been made for us.
by majorfraser February 20, 2005
The origins of this word are to be found in the works of Jacques Derrida, a French post-structuralist. It indicates a process that is in motion, such as deconstruction, waiting to be revealed or noticed. People using this term can be identified as post-structuralists or trying to express a post-structuralist concept (such as Louis Althusser).
I'm always already in love (me).
by James Dobson August 15, 2006