Up to this point, we have considered the anti-Oedipal hate of tradition and value, all part of the revolutionary upheavals during the modern period. Transgression has become mainstream, i.e. postmodern. Psychoanalysis, a modernist invention, has been a casualty. How can you be subversive, when subversion is mainstream? How to be critical when everyone is critical? Here, we begin the rehabilitation, or re-invigoration of psychoanalysis for the twenty-first century. Psychoanalysis has become a sickness in need of cure, or maybe palliative care? Central to this treatment, whatever the nature of it, has undoubtedly been Lacan popularised by Žižek.