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Sir, would you like to hear about how the government wants you dead by 62 so you can’t collect on Social Security?
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This blog is about Lacan and things that make people wonder what this blog is about.

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what the fuck this turtle has like no games on it

daftpunkforcutie:

what the fuck this turtle has like no games on it

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is this even a kid show

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Even some Lacanians reduce psychoanalysis to a kind of heroic assumption of a necessary… sacrifice … when the analysand is able to accept a fundamental renunciation as a condition of access to desire (“symbolic castration”).

Lacan is as far as possible from such an ethic of heroic sacrifice: … The Other itself doesn’t possess what the subject lacks, and no sacrifice can compensate for this lack of the Other.

the lack to be assumed by the subject is not its own but that of the Other, which is … more unbearable.
Enjoy Your Symptom - Slavoj Zizek (via alterities)

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Our parents raise us in hopes that we may do what they never could. But some of us end up doing what they will never understand.

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[I]n Nietzsche, individualism is accompanied by a lively critique of the notions of “self” and “I.” For Nietzsche there is a kind of dissolution of the self. The reaction against oppressive structures is no longer done, for him, in the name of a “self” or an “I.” On the contrary, it is as though the “self” and the “I” were accomplices of those structures.
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