1. How does Freud describe the dreamer's reaction to dreams upon waking?
Freud describes the dreamer's reaction to dreams upon waking as often repugnant peculiarities that the dreamer would rather not acknowledge. Thoughts in dreams are thrust aside upon waking as something bizarre.
2. What tendency does Freud say have been observed in the estimation of dreams by philosophers?
The tendency that Freud says has been observed in the estimation of dreams by philosophers that the foundation of dream life is a peculiar state of psychical activity. They even celebrate this as elevation to some higher state.
3. What does Freud quote Schubert as saying about dreams and what is meant by this?
Freud quote Schubert as saying that dreams are liberation of the spirit from the pressure of external nature. What is meant by this is that the dreamer is free from the expectations of the outer world in dreams.
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