Short Essay Questions Key
1. In part one, for what does Freud propose to show a technique for interpreting?
2. What other things (besides the answer to #1) does Freud say he will discuss in the course of the book?
3. After Freud defines the act of dreaming, what does he include in this section?
4. To what does Freud liken the act of dreaming?
5. In relation to the waking state, what does Freud say happens during the dreaming state?
6. Of what does Freud discuss the conflicts and contradictions?
7. What does Freud say about the human regard for dreams?
8. What does Schleiermacher's theory state in reference to the strangeness of dreams?
9. In what do dreams mostly 'think'?
10. Instead of the dream turning a waking idea into a dreaming hallucination, what happens?
11. In what kind of images does the waking brain think?
12. How does Freud explain dream peculiarity?
13. What does Freud have to say about other dream theories?
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