The Interpretation of Dreams
I have attempted in this volume to give an account of the interpretation of dreams; and in doing so I have not, I believe, trespassed beyond the sphere of interest covered by neuro-pathology. For psychological investi-gation shows that the dream is the ﬁrst member of a class of abnormal psychical phenomena of which further members, such as hysterical pho-bias, obsessions and delusions, are bound for practical reasons to be a matter of concern to physicians. As will be seen in the sequel, dreams can make no such claim to practical importance; but their theoretical value as a paradigm is on the other hand proportionately greater. Anyone who has failed to explain the origin of dream-images can scarcely hope to under-stand phobias, obsessions or delusions or to bring a therapeutic inﬂuence to bear on them.
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