Of God and His Creatures

"Concerning divination by dreams it is not easy either to despise or to believe it." So Aristotle opens his short treatise on Prophetic Dreaming (Bekker's text, III, p. 309). There seem to be dreams and dreams; and once in a blue moon a man is apt to believe that sleep has raised him to a higher state, such as St Thomas speaks of, above the usual inanities of dreamland.

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