Are dreams experiences?

Philosophical Review 73 (April):151-71 (1976)
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Keywords Content  Dreaming  Epistemology  Experience  Hallucination  Memory  Neurophysiology  Physicalism  Prediction  Recollection  Remembering  Verification  Deutscher, M  Freud  Kalish, D  Malcolm, N  Martin, C  Nagel, T  Putnam, H  Yost, R
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