Stream of consciousness  

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Stream of consciousness may refer to:

  • Ostensibly unedited, spontaneous live or recorded performances, as in film, music, and dramatic and comic monologues, intended to recreate the raw experience of the person portrayed or the performer
  • Stream of consciousness (narrative mode), a narrative mode used as a literary, cinematic, theatrical, or lyrical technique
  • Stream of consciousness (psychology), in psychology
  • stream-of-being also known as the mindstream (Buddhism)

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