The Sinthome - the Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book Xxiii

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Ten times, an elderly grey-haired man gets up on the stage. Ten times puffing and sighing. Ten times slowly tracing out strange multi-coloured arabesques that interweave, curling with the meanders of his speech, by turns fluid and uneasy. A whole crowd looks on, transfixed by this enigma-made-man, absorbing the ipse dixit and anticipating some illumination that is taking its time to appear. Non lucet. It s shady in here, and the Theodores go hunting for their matches. Still, they say, cuicumque in sua arte perito credendum ...

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