The dreams of the man who discovered neurons
Santiago Ramón y Cajal recorded his dreams to prove Freud wrong. Listen to this exclusive translation. Unconvinced by Freud's theory of dreams, "the father of modern neuroscience" Santiago Ramón y Cajal recorded his dreams in the hope they would disprove Freud's theory. Translated here into English for the first time, Benjamin Ehrlich, writing in Nautilus shares the insightful work of this great scientist.