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Dreams

Henri Bergson

Publisher: Interactive Media

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Summary

Henri Bergson's 'Dreams' explores the enigmatic realm of the subconscious. With insightful analysis, Bergson delves into the nature of dreams, unraveling their connection to consciousness. This philosophical work transcends conventional understanding, offering a profound examination of the mysterious and dynamic dimensions of human thought during sleep, opening doors to new perspectives on the mind's intricacies and the essence of reality.
Available since: 03/27/2021.
Print length: 34 pages.

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