A Thanatologist (from Thanos, the Greek word for death) is an academic student of dying, death and grief and their effects on people and society. Thanatology covers an interdisciplinary range of studies, including medical, psychological, and sociological aspects as well as the mechanics of death and current trends in medicine and cultural practices. A Thanatologist is also the kind of person who really enjoys delving into all these topics.  They know the Secret of Life:  that looking at death helps them appreciate life even more, so they are incredibly fun at parties.

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