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MR. PRIMEAU: A physician, at the time. And these emerging sentences... DR. LACAN: Why do you turn toward that man? MR. PRIMEAU: I felt that he was mocking me. DR. LACAN: YOU felt a mocking presence? He is not in your field of vision MR. PRIMEAU: I was hearing a sound, and I felt... DR. LACAN: He is surely not making fun of you. I know him well, and he is surely not making fun of you. On the contrary he is very interested. That is why he made a noise. MR. PRIMEAU: The impression of his intellectual understanding...
LACAN: When you speak of osmosis, what is your idea of the osmosis in uestion, you know so well how to distinguish the real... IR. PRIMEAU: . . from the imaginary? fc. LACAN: Yes, that's it. Between what and what is there osmosis? IR. PRIMEAU: I believe that there is first a becoming conscious between what is tiled the real... There is a psychological tension created, anxiety in relation to 5. ] 26 Hie Psychoanalytic Interview the real, but carnal, that is to say, in relation to the body, and which then passes by osmosis to the mind Because I have a problem: it is that I cannot...
DR. LACAN: Who did you see in 1974? MR. PRIMEAU: Dr. G DR. MR. DR. MR. DR. LACAN: G , he wasn't the first psychiatrist you saw? PRIMEAU: Yes, he was the first. I saw Dr. H when I was fifteen. LACAN: Who took you to him? PRIMEAU: My parents. I was opposing my parents. LACAN: YOU are their only child? MR. PRIMEAU: I am the only son, yes. DR. LACAN: What does he do, your father? MR. PRIMEAU: Medical salesman. DR. LACAN: Meaning that he does what? MR. PRIMEAU: He works for a pharmaceutical laboratory.