Both for applicative purposes, especially in the legal-forensic and criminological fields, and for theoretical purposes, the psychoanalytic investigation of the notion of autonomy can be of very current interest for the philosopher who deals with law. The issue of subjective autonomy arises in psychoanalysis in terms of the construction process, and as such it can have important theoretical repercussions for the philosopher in order to rethink the function of law and useful to the jurist to understand crime in a different light.