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Fulgurance,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Heresy and Orthodoxy,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Shame and Self-Hatred,
ÉRIC LAURENT

More Inward...
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

The Other in the Other
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

A Desperate Vitality,
P
IER PAOLO
PASOLINI

Lacan and Politics,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Symptom and Body Image I,
JUAN CARLOS
INDART

Varieties of Negation,
S
IMON HAJDINI

Denounce or Consent!,
F
RANÇOIS REGNAULT

Time of a Tear
JOSEFINA AYERZA
MILLER

Judith,
FRANÇOIS REGNAULT

Briefs from the Couch,
G
UY BRIOLE & JA

Nocturama,
GARY DAUPHIN




























        

More Inward Than My Innermost Self

 

 

Jacques-Alain Miller

It is difficult to situate, construct and even accept extimacy. We would rather eradicate it. It is, however, necessary to assert a structure of the extimacy that attempts to demonstrate that it is thinkable, that it can be constructed as the closest, the innermost, without ceasing to be external. Demonstrating this structure is what Freudís concept of the unconscious requires: it is legitimate to speak of the extimacy of the unconscious.

 

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