| Interpretation is a purposive statement by man in which to construct knowledge. Each philosophical book that has been created means a sort of interpretation has been constructed. Each time we read a book, an established interpretation of the book has been deconstructed by us. Through the construction of an interpretation, a basis of understanding is created. Through the deconstruction of an interpretation, there is not only an opportunity to reconstruct the basis of understanding, there is an opportunity to re-find mans subjectivity and to disclose the independence and freedom of man as well. People construct an interpretation by writing books to express and record it. They form lifestyles by following interpretations recorded in classic books. Consequently, we come to understand established interpretations contained in the texts by research into the classic books. We thereby can construct new interpretations by doing creative research into the meaning of the classics. By taking this approach to rethinking the classic philosophy of a culture, new light could be shed on what is revealed by mankind existence and mankind construction of the essence of that existence.