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[[Lacan]] criticises the [[Klein]]ian account of fantasy for not taking this symbolic structure fully into account, and thus remaining at the level of the imaginary; 'any attempt to reduce [fantasy] to the imagination . . . is a permanent misconception."<ref>{{E}} p.272</ref>
In the 1960s, [[Lacan]] devotes a whole year of his seminar to discussing what he calls "the logic of fantasy," again stressing the importance of the signifying structure in [[fantasy]].<ref>{{LS14}} 1966-7</ref>

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