Synopses & Reviews
Central to Sigmund Freud's philosophy on psychoanalysis is the idea that dreams give a window into ones unconscious desires. This is the principal argument of his groundbreaking work "The Interpretation of Dreams." However, realizing the incredibly technical nature of that more robust work, Freud felt that a simpler and more accessible derivation of his theories was necessary in order to popularize his ideas and to make them more accessible to the average person. "On Dreams" is the result of that endeavor and it is executed with masterful effect. "On Dreams" is a straightforward explanation of Freud's theories on dreams and serves as a great place to start for those who wish to learn more about this man's ideas and how they helped to form the field of psychoanalysis.