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Death and Existentialism
A discussion of death from the perspective of existential psychology.
# 125105 | 3,000 words | 24 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Psychology (Theory) , Philosophy (General)

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The paper answers three questions about freedom, meaning and death as they relate to existentialism.

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"Irvin Yalom, an existential psychologist, undertakes an in-depth analysis of the relationship of death to this field of study in his text titled "Existential Psychology". Perhaps the most critical concept presented by Yalom is the contention that life and death are invariably interdependent, one is not possible without the other and death is therefore one of the inescapable realities that all humans face from the moment of birth on. This brief essay will explore Yalom's analysis of this critical relationship and the ways..."

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