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Fantasy does not simply support desire. It also prepares creation, and even procreation—that of a new human being, for example. Before coming into the world, the child may be desired and awaited with hope, and sometimes she may give a sense of life to her progenitors. Her parents name her, sometimes fear her, imagine her, and identify her with an ancestor: if a child is a descendant of her parents, she is also the child of their fantasies. But there are also fantasies that lead to destruction. The development of science and technology challenge fantasy as a window onto reality and often bury the subject under an avalanche of obscene images. It is therefore time to rearticulate, alongside Lacan, “the logic of fantasy” through which the subject may find, from childhood, his being of desire. In this case, the speaking being has a chance not just to live in accordance with his desire, but also to sublimate his fantasies by undertaking life-giving projects in favor of the human community.


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Children’s Fantasies—Children of Fantasies

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Terrorism

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Cognitivism and Psychoanalysis

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Clinical Presentation

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Film and Theater Reviews

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Reviews

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