“I would say that the analysis consists precisely in distinguishing the person lying on the analysts’s couch from the person who is speaking. With the person listening [the analyst], that makes three persons present in the analytical situation, among whom it is the rule that the question … be put: Where is the moi of the subject?”

Jacques Lacan. 1968. TheLanguage of the Self, trans. Anthony Wilden, NewYork, Delta, p.100.



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