The Stanley Milgram experiment can be thought of as a setting for psychologization. An intersubjective situation is staged with the objective of individualizing and psychologizing it. As of this proposition, the work presents a series of objections based on the premise that for Jacques Lacan psychology is a powerful tool of “technocratic exploitation”. The Milgram experience would illustrate this premise, as his ingenious experimental design leads to the coercive imposition of emotional discourse. The phrase “how do you feel?” repeatedly used by Milgram in the debriefing of his experiment, would lead to the expected unification of the Lacanian ‘barred subject’.