This chapter continues the effort of defining the concepts around rural and peripheral. Here the focus is in the discussion of their ‘opposites’. The major elements of substance defining the concepts of rural and peripheral are their distinctions as reflections and/or antonyms of other concepts and terms like urban, central, core, etc. The outline of urban deconstruction is meant to question the nature of the concept of the generalised urban, in its capacity to be directly identified by development (in positive terms), by constituting agglomerations forming the basis for advanced processes of innovation. One could favour the idea that a deconstruction discloses those parts, functions, relations that actively contribute and which do not. How to find them?