Ms Paula Horvat dreaming

"... the ultimate knowledge gained from the imaginary play of desire is that there is always a residue of unconscious unknowability which forever escapes our conscious designs. It is this very residue, moreover, which serves to remind us that human desire is limited, finite, subject to the ethical imperative that the self is answerable to the other."1
(1) Richard Kearney interpreting Julia Kristeva's notion of “unnameable” as it reveals itself to Imagination, where self-discovery is inseparable from the discovery of the other in us; Richard Kearney, Poetics of Imagining from Husserl to Lyotard (London: HarperCollins Academic, 1991), 195.