Speculative thought: If psychosis is the fastest of the clinical structures (precisely because there are no road-blocks, point-de-capiton, etc) then does this not also imply that neurosis is the slowest of the clinical structures? Here I have to agree with Deleuze, though I hesitate: the schizophrenic is a superior creature when compared to the neurotic.
But the price the schizophrenic pays for this superiority is an increase in the number of accidents. Schizophrenia is perhaps the accident of mental life par excellence. Thus, I am led to distinguish between ‘road-blocks’ (e.g., point-de-capiton) and ‘accidents.’ Whereas road-blocks occur within the imaginary-symbolic, accidents occur within the symbolic-real.
Let the next revolutionary chant not be “We don’t want a world where the guarantee of not dying of starvation brings the risk of dying of boredom,” but rather “we don’t want to enjoy in a world of fast neoliberal accidents if the price we pay for it is the loss of our ability to passionately surmount the slow suffering of our revolutionary neurosis.”