Subjectivity of Dreams?

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The sentence life is (also) a dream does not close the gap between the subjectivity of dreams and the objectivity of waking life; it merely states that this realm is erroneously called waking life, because the real waking life is to find in “another place” (nevertheless, it essentially differs from all realms that could be called dreams).

From the psychological point of view, there is nothing terrifying in the sentence life is (also) a dream.

The idea that the gap between subjectivity of dreams and objectivity of waking life is only illusory, is truly terrifying; and I like this idea.


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