Jacques-Alain Miller: The Subject Supposed to Know

posted Nov 3, 2008, 1:21 AM by f tcm
Lacan's son in law gives a brief little interview about the finanical crisis.


Sample: "And this happened because the financial world believed, in its infatuated delusion, to be able to work things out without the function of the subject supposed to know."

also nice:

But if you are really rich, you are rather “unanalysable,” because you cannot pay, you cannot yield anything significant: the analysis slips over you like water on the feathers of a duck.