Love, semiotically fantasised in the psychoanalytic turn is a presemiotic dramatic relationship that necessarily operates along the axes of suppression and deferral. Suppression is the discourse of psychoanalytic fantasy recognising its own feeble misrepresentation of the hidden term. I suppress what I am, therefore I am. While deferral is the discourse reflecting upon the instability inherent within its communication act. I am move from one love to another to another, therefore I am. Psychoanalysis though, alone, authentically intimates the existence of love. By virtue of its misrepresentation and instability, love re-emerges, authentically, into the domain of the philosopher.