“Moral Law is a fierce order which does not admit excuses—”you can because you must “— and which in this way receives an air of mischievous neutrality, of mean in­difference.” – According to Lacan, Kant avoids the other side of this neutrality of moral law, its meanness and its obscenity, its mischievousness which goes back to the enjoyment behind the law’s command; Lacan ties this dissimulation to the fact that Kant avoids the split of the subject (subject of speech/subject of grammar) SLAVOJ ZIZEK
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