Cassette Theory Of Dreams
The cassette theory of dreams argues that dreams are a result of a composition process and a memory loading process. The composition entails the creation of dream narratives during sleep while the memory loading refers to the recall of the narratives during the waking stage. Hence, the dreams created are seemingly loaded into the cassette which are being replayed during consciousness. This theory was developed by Daniel Clement Dennett III, an American philosopher, cognitive scientist, and writer.