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Asserting That One is Asleep
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absurdity angry appear Aristotle assertion awake or dreaming awakened aware of saying CHAPTER claim coherence principle concept of dreaming conclusion conscious experience criteria of sleep criterion of behaviour criterion of dreaming deceived Dement and Kleitman Descartes determine dream occurred dream report dream-telling sense duration of dreams established fact false feeling of suffocation fully asleep gible heard a crash Ibid imagery images implies incidents inclined inference judge judgment while asleep language language-game last night latter Leibniz logically independent mean mental activity metaphysical narrative nightmare normal Norman Malcolm notion NREM observation one's oneself ostensibly report ostensive definition pain past tense person is asleep phenomena phenomenon philosophical possible psychoanalysis psychological sentences question rapid eye movements reason relate REM periods reply say that someone sleeping person Smith is talented someone's sound asleep statement supposed telling a dream testimony thought true truth verification waking impression Wittgenstein word asleep Yost & Kalish