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In psychoanalysis, a term coined by the Austrian physician Paul Federn (1871–1950) to denote the form of energy associated with Thanatos, intended as a counterpart to libido. See also destrudo. [From Latin mors, mortis death + -ido on the model of libido]

Subjects: Psychology.


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