oneirocriticism

oneirocriticism

(əʊˌnaɪərəʊˈkrɪtɪˌsɪzəm)
n
the practice of dream interpretation

oneirocriticism

the interpretation of dreams. — oneirocritic, n. — oneirocritical, adj.
See also: Dreams
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43] Sirriyeh E Dreams of the holy dead traditional Islamic oneirocriticism versus Salafi skepticism Journal of Semitic Studies 2000; 45:115.
4) The subject of oneirocriticism arises when his young friend,
popularity of oneirocriticism did not usually extend to the circles of
enlightened attitude toward oneirocriticism tended toward rational
of revelatory oneirocriticism prevalent throughout the long nineteenth
Boriaud's edition and translation are also supplemented with well prepared endnotes, indices and a brief introduction, which includes a first section on the chronology of Cardano's writing of the Somniorum synesiorum, a second section that explains the role of dreams in the life and work of Cardano, a third that places Cardano's work in the history of Renaissance oneirocriticism, another section that presents a concise explanation of the Somniorum synesiorum's arguments and purpose, and a final section on the textual criteria chosen by Boriaud for the present edition.
13) Nonetheless, Greek influence on Islamic intellectual traditions was significant, not just for the flowering of philosophy, science, and medicine in general, but also for the development of oneirocriticism.
However, no works of dream compilations or oneirocriticism are available from this period.
96) `Within a century', writes Dutton, `the Carolingians had recovered a part and reinvented other features of a tradition of political oneirocriticism that had lain largely dormant since late-antiquity'.
Despite the predominance of the representational approach in nineteenth-century oneirocriticism and twenty-first-century dream scholarship, the impact of this dream rests not in the interpretation of signs, but in its intensity.
Also included is a brief discussion of literary reactions to the Bible's symbolic dreams, the etymology of the Hebrew verbs used for oneirocriticism ([LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and the various titles that designate Near Eastern oneirocritics.