Which branch of philosophy whole-heartedly accepts (and builds upon) that only self exists (solipsism) and the universe is the part/creation of self (monism) by eliminating the possibility of independent selves and universe through Occam razor. Analogous to:
- Simulation hypothesis without the cynical assumption of an independent being doing simulation.
- Dream argument without the implicit assumption of current reality being real and moving past the skepticism to acceptance.
My question is not focused on validity of such position though I would love reading thoughts on this.
Imagine a dream ;) in which my actions are constrained that I can not fly. I am running away from the people (created by self) trying to catch me. I reach a cliff. Technically it is my dream and I could eliminate those people or fly off but what happens is I jump down and wake up sweating. I see clear parallel with my "waking" life and want to know the arguments against (or for) this (or similar) position by better known name.