- Title Pages
- General Introduction
- 1 Dream Skepticism, Skepticism about Dreaming, and the Problem of Dream Experience
- 2 A Short Introduction to Empirical Dream Research
- 3 The Methodological Background Assumptions of Scientific Dream Research
- 4 Antiskepticism about Dreaming and Dream Reporting
- 5 Dreaming as Quasi-Perceptual Experience
- 6 Dreaming as Imaginative Experience
- 7 Are Dreams Subjective Experiences (I)? Phenomenal Selfhood and Bodily Experiences in Dreams
- 8 Are Dreams Disembodied Experiences? The Role of the Body and of the Brain in Shaping Bodily Experience in Dreams
- 9 Are Dreams Subjective Experiences (II)? The Phenomenology of Thinking and the Problem of Dream Belief
- 10 Are Dreams Deceptive Experiences? Deception, Delusion, and Insight
- 11 From Oneiragogia to Full-Fledged Dreaming
- 12 Relocating Dreams on the Conceptual Map
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