We have now arrived at the following conclusions. Kleinian theory presents us with an account of the mind as being founded on unconscious phantasy, a pre-linguistic but entirely intentional account in which the primitive mental is defined by a certain sort of meaning. The nature of the intentionality involved is clarified from two directions. First, it is allied to the forms of non-reflective, essentially or primordially non-linguistic intentionality argued for, in various ways, by those philosophies which break away from the picture of mental operations carried out on discrete, atomic, inner representations. Instead, it is proposed that there is a global, holistic immersion in a world which cannot be represented decontextually or be made explicit in inner representations.