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The French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan argued that there were four fundamental types of discourse. These could be expressed as the permutations of a four-term configuration showing the relative positions of the subject, the master signifier, knowledge and objet petit a. The four types of discourse were: the Master's, the University's, the Hysteric's, and the Analyst's.



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