It would be quixotic to suggest that the term psychoanalysis be reserved for those scientific practices of discourse that observe the coordinates discussed in the four preceding chapters. Although I believe this should have been so, and although I believe the radicality of Freud’s revolutionary insights into the human condition would thus have been honored, the suggestion comes far too late. At this point in history, just over a century since Jones incited Freud to form his Secret Committee, sundry therapeutic and theoretical enterprises are passing themselves off as “psychoanalytic.”