“That is what the symptom does: it plugs up the “there is no such thing”’ with ’“there is.” Given that the appropriate partner for jouissance is lacking, a symptom puts in place some thing else, a substitute, an element proper to incarnate jouissance,’ Ragland writes.” – (via ellie-ragland) http://ift.tt/1O5djYM

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