Kant avec Sade  

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"Kant avec Sade" (1966) is an essay by psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan.

Lacan posited that Marquis de Sade's ethic was the complementary completion of the categorical imperative originally formulated by Immanuel Kant.

References

  • "Kant avec Sade," in Écrits, Paris: Seuil, 1966, p. 765-790.

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