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weldfasteatass
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GreeneMachine
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blind people

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Started: 2/22/2018 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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weldfasteatass

Con

if blind people cant see, can they have dreams?
GreeneMachine

Pro

Yes, blind people can indeed have dreams. Blind people can even have dreams with images and sight, if they were not born blind. And people with congenital blindness may not see during their dreams, but they can still hear, smell, and touch during their dreams. As in waking life, the deprivation of one sense(over time) enhances other senses. For example, a person with congenital blindness may have enhanced hearing.
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Posted by Nd2400 3 years ago
Nd2400
Of course they have dreams. You can't prove otherwise. This shouldn't be a debate on this subject.
Plus you not taking this as a fact. Some people are blind because of a accidents, and other illnesses. So yes they have dreams.
Posted by DeletedUser 3 years ago
DeletedUser
Yes, they can. The only difference is that they do not have visual dreams, but dreams that involve mainly sound instead.
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