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time (temps) One of the most distinctive features of Lacanian psycho-
certainty (Ec, 209).
The notion of time in psychoanalysis intersects several other concepts such as repetition, regression, fixation, and rhythm, though Freud also discussed the idea of time directly. He began by emphasizing the atemporality of unconscious processes: The unconscious ignores time, and he suggested that the origin of the representation of time could be found in the discontinuous relation the preconscious-conscious system maintained with the external world, the time dimension then being associated with acts of consciousness. He related the
[[Category:Sigmund Freud]]
[[Category:Jacques Lacan]]
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