“[Kafka claims that] it would have been possible for him to accept (the person of) his father, to establish a non-traumatic relationship with him, if he were his friend, brother, boss, even father-in-law, just not his father. ..It is, rather, the other way round, i.e., the very fact that one is bothered by father’s excessive vitality already presupposes the failure of symbolic authority.“ – SLAVOJ ZIZEK” – this father’s over-presence is not a direct fact: ..This father’s “too-muchness” „is ultimately the too-muchness of life itself, the humiliating quality of the father’s excess of vitality which undermines his authority.“ – SLAVOJ ZIZEK -The Symptom 12 http://ift.tt/1MCCRKD

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