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It is easy to confuse the ontological sense of the word dream with its physiological sense. Quite paradoxically, it is possible to formulate all theses of oneiric personalism without considerations about the ontological status of dreams.
I = the Self, the transcendental subject.
The main thesis: I appear to be a person. Personhood is like a mask I wear – in accordance with the ancient use of the word person.
1. can experience that they are elements of the world, and they can act on that basis, engaging intellect, will and emotions;
2. (and) can experience that the world is related to them – the world is “theirs” -, and they can act on that basis, engaging intellect, will and emotions;
3. (and) can have a problem with defining the very word: person – when they strive to find such a definition.
The principle of illusion: I am more real than the person I appear to be.
The principle of interaction: all persons are as real as the person I appear to be.
I and God = two aspects of the Absolute.
Absolute is neither this or that. It just is.