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Dream Life, Wake Life: The Human Condition Through Dreams

Globus, Gordon G.

 Psychiatrist Gordon Globus concentrates in this book on "dreaming and the dream as opening a window on the waking human condition" (p. viii). He operates on the assumption that "an investigation of dreaming might illuminate waking" (p. vii). He considers dreaming from the viewpoints of phenomenology, cognitive science, transpersonal psychology, and existentialism. He concludes that our waking life, as well as our dreaming life, is a product of our own making. One chapter is devoted to the dream as oracle. Throughout, he places dreaming within a transpersonal Jungian perspective.
Publisher Information:Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1987. 203p. Bibl: 189-196; Chap notes; Name Ind: 201-203; Subject Ind: 197-200
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