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The plan outlined in 1801 no longer has anything to say about the distribution of patients and the two-pronged hospital organization that continued to prevail in the Charenton project without exception: on the one hand, there were potentially curable lunatics for whom treatment was worth attempting; on the other hand, there were incurables who simply had to be kept locked up. The essential novelty of the conseil’s project, on the contrary, is based on the idea that the optimal solution would entail bringing all the insane together in a single establishment, those alleged to be receiving treatment at the Hôtel-Dieu along with those abandoned to their presumed incurability at Bicêtre, La Salpêtrière or the Petites-Maisons.
And yet in that empirically inaccurate conviction there is a profound truth. For, in a special sense, Pinel was unquestionably 26 PART ONE: ASYLUM ADVENT/FAILURE the first to show, indirectly but in a radical way, that insanity is not incurable. He did so by revealing the need to view insanity in terms of what opens it up, what makes it accessible, in principle, to the therapeutic grasp, what keeps it, essentially, from being entirely closed in on itself— for such a self-enclosed state would make it inaccessible, would compel us to see insanity as “incurable,” with some inexplicable exceptions.
It is useless, finally, to dwell at length on what has been acquired, indisputably, by psychoanalytic decoding. Anyone can put this to the test at any time: for the psyche, there is no meaning except embodied meaning, and only in the inexpressible singularity of a trace, a sound, a mark, are the most ordinary data of one’s condition as subject concretized and lodged within one’s very depths. The abyss of the particular is the only way by which human beings can rejoin the common truth of their nature.