Among the recent technological critiques of the French left, Bernard Stigler is unique because of his focus on the fundamental dimensions of historical time and space. Despite his linguistic deconstruction style, due to his emphasis on the reality of historical time and space, Stigler did not exclude the elements of experience, but tried to subvert the socalled technical language structure that prevailed at the time which was “obscure” and could not be recognized. Based on this, Stigler believes that the relationship between premodernity and modernity is a “fold” rather than a rupture, and that the mutation of modern technological discourse is a traceable phenomenon inherent in the real scene. In summary, the traditions of Marx and Nietzsche coexist in Stigler’s narrative field, and the deep logic of Stigler’s technical reflection is reflected in the genealogical authenticity and realitybased production after the pursuit of “disassembly”. Criticism strives for a balance, but does not really get rid of the narrative dilemma of recent social critical theory swinging on the discourse coordinates.