Objet (petit) a

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Semblance

In 1973, Lacan links objet petit a to the concept of semblance, asserting that 'a' is a "semblance of being."[1]

Borromean knot

In 1974 he places it at the center of the Borromean knot, at the place where the three orders (real, symbolic and imaginary) all intersect.

See Also

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