Saying the unsayable

By | June 8th, 2020|LRO 230|

In an analysis, the subject comes to speak about what doesn't work, what bothers him, makes him obsessed or anxious. Something of his jouissance is opaque to him. Once the Subject Supposed to Know is in place, a phenomenon arises, speech changes. It is no longer open to the four winds, nor to all meaning [...]