Jacques Lacan Quote
Desire, a function central to all human experience, is the desire for nothing nameable. And at the same time this desire lies at the origin of every variety of animation. If being were only what it is, there wouldn't even be room to talk about it. Being comes into existence as an exact function of this lack.
The Seminar of Jacques Lacan (ed. CUP Archive, 1988) - ISBN: 9780521318013