Freud's Perception Of Dreams Research Paper

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Freud’s perception of dreams are that they all occur in forms of "wish fulfillment" trials by the mind through some sort of struggle concerning something recent or something from in the past (Freud later explains this in Beyond the Pleasure Principle, which Freud explains that dreams seem to not arise to be a wish fulfillment.). Since the information is in the mind and is an uncontrollable, often disturbing form, of a "censor" before the mind will not permit it to pass uninfluenced into the mind. Through dreams, the mind is more unconcerned in this duty than in its awakening hours but is nevertheless alert. As such, the mind must change and twist the meaning of its knowledge to make it through the censorship. Such a perception in dreams are
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