In the following work, we will consider an articulation between certain courses on language in Lacan, Heidegger and Derrida’s elaborations. Specifically, we will develop and link the respective approaches around the sedimentation in language and its correlative limitations, distinguishing their methods, strategies and proposals. In a dialogue between such perspectives, we will place special emphasis on the way in which these thinkers approach the difficulties derived from the inescapable articulation from semantic and comprehensive fields that precede and orient their own discursive attempts. In this context, we will distinguish some references in Lacan’s elaborations that can account for a common understanding soil. Our objective is to contribute to an expansion of the debate and contemporary analysis around subjective-discursive relations and positions in language, having as a horizon of significance the multiple resonances of our syntagma-guide of Seminar 11 of Lacan: the dark gods.