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However, [[Lacan]]'s account of [[sublimation]] also differes from [[Freud]]'s on a number of points.
[[Freud]]'s account implies that [[perversion|perverse sexuality]] as a form of direct satisfaction of the [[drive]] is possible, and that [[sublimation]] is only necessary because this direct form in prohibited by society.
[[Lacan]] however rejects the cocnept of a zero degree of satisfaction, arguing that [[perversion]] is not simply a brute natural means of discharging the [[libido]], but a highly structured relation to the [[drive]]s which are already, in themselves, [[linguistic]] rather than [[biological]] forces.
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