Death-instinct meaning

A primitive impulse for destruction, decay, and death, postulated by Sigmund Freud as coexisting with and opposing the life instinct.
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The destructive or aggressive instinct, based on a compulsion to return to an earlier harmonious state and, ultimately, to nonexistence.
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A primitive impulse for destruction, decay, and death, postulated by Sigmund Freud as coexisting with and opposing the life instinct.
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