I can imagine that his Form is less homologous to his future Form as Lenin would envision him - if the Lacanian Real Lenin existed in our imagined present. Surely not if he doesn't so much borrow from the future as invest in a future that should have existed in a time when either Eddie Izzard, Thomas Pynchon, or, perhaps, Merleau-Ponty's imagined Professor Irwin Corey had led the Russian Revolution. What would Freud have said to that? Bring a razor.

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