The person of myself. This was how a famous patient of Jean-Pierre Falret, the French psychiatrist (1794-1870) referred to her other me (autre moi), born of a split in her personality. Everything that proceeds from this strange double, its voice, sensations, etc., is endowed with a singular status: it belongs to the subject, as nothing else can do more; and, at the same time, it forms part of the outside world, since the subject's ego has in a certain way been objectified in it.