According to Marco, his father never showed him how to behave in the world. He describes a father who doesn’t speak to him, doesn’t understand him and takes no interest in him. He is fundamentally let down. He evokes his experience of the consequences of the foreclosure. He is cruelly lacking in the knowledge by which he could love and desire.
As an adult he will replace this knowledge with a program of life wherein the least activity is planned. He obeys the necessity of an order. As he says, things are neither true nor false, everything must be planned, from A to Z.