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“To be an analyst is to know that your own world, your own phantasm, your own way of making sense, is delusional. That’s why you try to abandon it, just to perceive the proper delusion of your patient, the way he makes sense.”

J.-A. Miller, “Ordinary Psychosis Revisited,” Psychoanalytical Notebooks, Issue 19, 2009, p. 159.