The Dream Is Not a Series of Perceptions to Which We Respond Logically (or Not). The Dream Is an Imaginative Creation: A Comment on Hobson et al. Dream Logic—The Inferential Reasoning Paradigm

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Abstract

A dream is always a creation — a work of imagination similar to a work of art — or at least the beginning of a work of art. And a dream is in many ways similar to a fantasy, reverie, or daydream: it lies on a continuum of mental functioning (and cerebral cortical functioning) running from focused waking thought at one end to dreaming at the other end. A dream is not a series of perceptions to which we respond logically or non-logically.

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