Question about diachronicity, dreams and nationalist historians

OK, in this dream I’m talking to a pigeon farmer about how folks are more prepared to condone pinioning some species than others, and then a flock starts smothering my face and I wake up with a bit of sheet over my head. So brain 1) meets object in the here-and-now, 2) makes false interpretation, 3) invents false introduction, and 4) writes 2 and 3 to memory? Is that why we associate nationalism with dreaming?

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  1. When awake it’s called paranoia. That means more or less the same as anoia, madness. Anoia is also a Catalan comarca.

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