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A stage-based theory of the development of children's understandings of death" according to Maria Nagy, in stage 1 there is no definitive death (i.e., death, a form of life,sleep or departure and living elsewhere); in stage 2, death is personified and contingent or avoidable; in stage 3, death is a process operating within us (i.e., the cessation of corporeal life final and universal)

Depersonalization refers to the feelings of being detached from oneself

Étienne Bonnot de Condillac maintained that all human mental attributes could be explained using only the concept of sensation and that it was therefore unnecessary to postulate an autonomous mind.