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awareness of the meaningfulness of the world and of their place in it, where a sense of identity leads to love of life and an acceptance of death, often with death being part of an ongoing scheme of identity Some mention ought also to be made of those for whom death is anticipated as an end of the moral compromises and intractable mess of life Albert Camus caught something of this in his novel dealing with such a moral plague when he writes, some of us feel such a desperate weariness, a weariness from which nothing remains to set us free, except death ([1947] 1960: 207)
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Psychology and Fear of Death
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Some of these dynamics of fear of death can be developed further in terms of psychological studies of human identity Erik Erikson in the 1950s put these very well from his own psychological viewpoint that healthy children will not fear life if their elders have enough integrity not to fear death (1965: 261) His notion of integrity is particularly useful because it allows us to revisit what was said in our rst chapter on identity, the human drive for meaning and the mutual relationship of life and death Erikson saw integrity, or ego integrity as he called it, as the opposite of despair It involves a kind of cultural certainty in relation to the orderly meaningfulness of existence It fully acknowledges the different interpretations of life given by other cultures and in other historical periods, yet, instead of lapsing into some sort of cultural relativity that breeds despair, it engenders an integrity of the self It is precisely against this backcloth of identity that death loses its sting while, conversely, the fear of death signi es the absence or loss of just such a sense of integrity (1965: 260) On the broadest canvas Erikson believed that those whose lives were grounded in a sense of trust of others and whose world had come to assume a degree of orderliness and meaningfulness would not approach death in fear or despair There is a 142 Fear of Death
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great deal of truth in Erikson s vision of how people grasp life and live it and share their endeavour with new generations In his own psychological terms he gives shape to our more sociological view of transcendence which accepts the awed nature of life s negativities and interprets them to advantage But, at the end of the day so much depends upon the individual, on each one of us and our own personal story of life experience, and it is with that in mind that we take an exaggerated example of the fear of death in the context of one very well-known artist
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A powerful example of the fear of death as an underlying in uence on life is found in Picasso Though mentioned in chapter 5, we return to him here to highlight a distinctive pattern of fear of death in which a strongly creative individual is driven by his own narcissism to assert himself against the world at large, albeit always with the knowledge that he is mortal He turns away from traditional religious belief in an afterlife, or at least is strongly ambivalent in his acceptance of it, and comes to be most vulnerable when confronted by death whilst driven by narcissism that emotional xation on self This scene is made even more complex if we accept the theory that early grief helps foster adult charismatic personality in leaders of movements From his earliest days Picasso felt a profound sense of being without equal, one who was to be loved and followed, even if he, himself, found it dif cult to love others in return In Picasso, a profound early grief, an immense charisma, a dramatic artistic creativity and a rejection of religious tradition, alongside an ongoing magical sense of the consequence of his own magical words and actions, combine to make death all the more problematic How could such a one die That sense of immortality that sometimes envelops adolescent life had expanded in the self that was full of human dynamism and a sense of potential that brooks no Fear of Death 143
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constraint In such a life, death is doubly dif cult to ponder and face when it befalls family and friends
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