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The L and R schemas are two of Lacan's didactic diagrams; they articulate the dual relation, between the imaginary (which is dualistic) and the symbolic, (which adds a third element).
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The [[L and R schemas]] are two of [[Lacan]]'s didactic [[diagrams]]; they articulate the [[dual]] relation, between the [[imaginary]] (which is dualistic) and the [[symbolic]], (which adds a [[third]] element).
  
Human beings are at first captured in the symbolic order before they are aware of it. They enter into it, through the parades of speech, as in the fort/da game that Freud described in Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920g).
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[[Human]] beings are at first [[captured]] in [[the symbolic]] [[order]] before they are aware of it. They enter into it, through the parades of [[speech]], as in the fort/da [[game]] that [[Freud]] described in Beyond the [[Pleasure]] [[Principle]] (1920g).
Schema L developed out of Lacan's study of Poe's story "The Purloined Letter" in his seminar of 1954-55. It depicts the...
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[[Schema]] L developed out of Lacan's study of Poe's story "The Purloined [[Letter]]" in his [[seminar]] of 1954-55. It depicts the...

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The L and R schemas are two of Lacan's didactic diagrams; they articulate the dual relation, between the imaginary (which is dualistic) and the symbolic, (which adds a third element).

Human beings are at first captured in the symbolic order before they are aware of it. They enter into it, through the parades of speech, as in the fort/da game that Freud described in Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920g). Schema L developed out of Lacan's study of Poe's story "The Purloined Letter" in his seminar of 1954-55. It depicts the...