Sources

About Dreams & Philosophy

– Emanuel Swedenborg, Universal Human and Soul Body Interaction, ed. Paulist Pr, 1984

– Anna Maria Partini, Il sogno e il suo mistero, Edizioni Mediterranee, 1996

– D. Dennet Sweet Dreams, “Illusioni filosofiche sulla coscienza”. Cortina Ed.2005

 

About Dreams & Neurophysiology

– M.Mancia, Sonno e Sogno, Ed. Laterza, 2006

– Samir Zeki, L. Lumer: “La bella e la bestia:arte e neuroscienze” , Edizioni Laterza 2011

 

About Dreams & Anthropology

– Abraham, K. (1979), ‘Dreams and Myths: a Study in Folk Psychology‘ Clinical Papers and Essays on Psychoanalysis, Hogarth Press, London.

– G. E. von Grunebaum, R. Caillois, The Dream and Human Societies, 1967

– Kelly Bulkeley, Dreams: A Reader on Religious, Cultural, and Psychological Dimensions of Dreaming, Paulist Press, 2003

– D’Andrade, R. (1961), ‘Anthropological Studies of Dreams’, in Hsu. F. (ed.), Psychological Anthropology: Approaches to Culture and Personality, Dorsey, Homewood, Ill.

– Devereux, G. (1969), Reality and Dream. Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian, New York, International Universities Press.

– Kracke, W. (1987), ‘Myths in Dreams, Thought in Images: an Amazonian Contribution to the Psychanalytic Theory of Primary Process’, in Tedlock, Barbara (ed.), Dreaming: Anthropological and Psychological Interpretations, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

– Lévi-Strauss, C. (1963), ‘The structural study of myth’, in Basic Books, New York.

– Lévi-Strauss, C. (1966), The Savage Mind, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.

– Lincoln, J. (1935), The Dream in Primitive Cultures, William and Wilkins, Maryland.

– Myrcea Eliade, Myths, Dreams & Mysteries, 1957

– John McKinnell, Meeting the Other in Norse Myth and Legend, ed. D.S.Brewer, 2005

– Robert Moss, The secret History of Dreaming, ed. New World Library, 2010

– Sarah Nuttal, Text, Theory, Space: Land, Literature and History in South Africa and Australia, Rothledge, 1996

– Seligman, C.G. (1924), Anthropology and psychology: Presidential Address, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 4.

– Barbara Tedlock, (1987a), ‘Dreaming and Dream Research’, In Tedlock, Barbara (ed.), Dreaming: Anthropological and Psychological Interpretations, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

– Barbara Tedlock, Dreaming: Anthropological and Psychological Interpretation, Ilex Foundation, 2008

 

About Dreams & Contemporary Art

– Susan Hiller, The Dream and the World, Black Dog Publishing, London, 2012

 

About Dreams & Psychoanalysis

I. Maiore, ll Sogno, ed. Astrolabio, 2003

– C. G. Jung, The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (London 1996)

– C. G. Jung, Man and his Symbols (London 1978)

– C. G. Jung, Symbols of Transformation: An analysis of the prelude to a case of schizophrenia  (London, 1962)

– Marie-Louise von Franz, Projection and Re-Collection in Jungian Psychology (1985)

– Walter A. Shelburne, Mythos and Logos in the Thought of Carl Jung

– Kelly Bulkley, An introduction to the Psychology of Dreaming, 1997

 

About Dreams & Islamic, Egyptian contest

– Edda Bresciani, La Porta dei Sogni, Interpreti e sognatori nell’Egitto antico, 2005

– Louise Marlow, Dreaming across Boundaries: The Interpretation of Dreams in Islamic Lands

– Amira Mittermaier, Dreams that matter. Egyptian Landscapes of the Imagination, Paperback, 2010

 

Sources

– The Dream Bank, a library of dreams organized by topic:                     http://dreambank.net/

– The University of Dreams, University of Essex, dream narratives:         www.essex.ac.uk/dreams/

 

Links 

-The archive for Research in Archetypical Symbolism                                               http://aras.org/

-About Carl Jung                                             http://www.carl-jung.net/collective_unconscious.html

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