On Dreams.

Goodreads Review.


What happens when a menstruating woman looks at a mirror? Exactly why is it that toddlers never ever dream? If questions like these distract you, read this.


Honestly, it is not very good at all. To put the clean stuff clearly, Aristotle believes that dreams are impressions left over from the day-time, akin to the sun temporarily burning a spot onto the retina. One can relate this to the dimension of Platonic objects but you probably wont. Quick & easy to read, maybe it will give you more authority or just more chutzpah when Dreams are the topic of talk.


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