The so-called „applied“ psycho-analysis (i. e., its notions out of the eure) is to be an impressive solution to the nostalgy after a true cultural psychology; let us see the concept of sublimation. For introduction serves a sublimation, a poem by W. Szymborska (A voice about the pornography), which is in fact a treatise about the heights and depths of all sublimation; as a framework for the concept serves the French, namely Lacanian theory. By means of this, a discussion follows with the voice of Vygotski (1925, in the Psychology of art) he reproached to the Freudism to be „pansexualist“ and to reduce the adult and socialized creator, artist to his infant and familiar roots. But it seems rather a misunderstanding: the virtue of psycho- analysis consists precisely in the path- breaking definition of the sexuality and in studying interaction of sexual tendencies with the non-sexual ones. Already the infant tendencies are completely symbolic and cultural: that is the condition for any transformation of it, for the „pansexualist“ spread. It is difficult to resume the social side of human works. The society wants its members greedy, and the works of art to exhibit the narcissism; but the art proclaimes in the same time the vanity of all desire- in showing the place of emptiness in the work, attributed to the loss of the maternal Thing. Nevertheless, the risks derived from the Thing (which is prohibited) are giving their weight to sublimations- without some transgression, any desire gets more and more rarefied in sequences of objects o f interest. So, the achievement in some work and even gifts for it are seen by Lacan as an alienation of identity. In the education now, it is perhaps difficult to find a well- built norm to be transgressed by the youth; such a norm is replaced by false prohibitions fixed upon every social thing- this makes the sins too cheap; another time, the transgression and rivalry are expressed in any record- breaking, conceived without the necessary aesthetical, formal severity.