Freud died in Hampstead, London, in 1939. Some sixty-five years hence, Paul Verhaeghe, Professor of Psychoanalysis at the University of Ghent, Belgium, published his work On Being Normal and Other Disorders: A Manual for Clinical Psychodiagnostics (2004). In the preface to his book, Verhaeghe explains that his argument is based on his reading of Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis because this is the theory he knows best. For me, at least, this work exemplifies a contemporary Freudian inheritance of a Lacanian persuasion.