This chapter focuses on some "aporias" at the point where psychoanalysis and the systemic approach intersect, and also between hypotheses that seek the origin of meanings in the intrapsychic and those which find it in interaction. It discusses that psychoanalysis cannot afford to ignore the intelligent and sharp contributions of one of the most interesting thinkers of the twentieth century Gregory Bateson, one of the creators of systemic developments, and of some of his brilliant followers, Sluzki included. On occasion, psychoanalysis ignores the fact that the listening it allows refers only to the map it encompasses with its methods, and unwisely turns its findings into ontological truths, truths that endeavour to refer to all that is human. Since the 1960s, psychoanalysis has paid considerable attention to the role of interaction between individuals and their relationship with others and with the social imaginary.