Law: From Superego to Love
(This chapter focuses on the split in law, drawing out its repercussions for thinking about law more generally.)
Appearing in mutiple arrangements - the symbolic law of language and norms, the public law of states and regimes, the transgressive "nightly" law of superego, as well as the religious law of Judaism and the Pauline law of faith - law persists as a constituent element of human practical experience.
How does this violence persist, and what is its relation to split law?
Love With Law
The Object in Law: From Superego to Objet Petit a
Attachment to Law: From Enjoyment Through Duty to Enjoyment in Love
Conclusion: Hope in Law