David Gremard Romero - 'Metamorphosis'
Actaeon too guilty to hunt the goddess, the prey in which you are caught, O Huntsman the shadow that you become, let the pack attain you, without hastening your step, Diana will recognize the hounds for what they are....
We are thoughts bent upon divine things, we will devour this Actaeon and make him dead to the vulgar. Free him from the snares of his senses so that he no longer sees his Diana as through a window
The Truth, in this sense, is that which runs after truth - and that is where I am running, where I am taking you, like Actaeon's hounds, after me. When I find the goddess's hiding place, I will no doubt be changed into a stag, and you can devour me, but we still have a little way to go yet. -Lacan
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