gerontophilia

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ger·on·to·phil·i·a

(jer'on-tō-fil'ē-ă),
Morbid love of old people.
[geronto- + G. philos, fond]

gerontophilia

(jĕr′ən-tə-fĭl′ē-ə, -fēl′yə)
n.
1. Sexual attraction toward elderly people.
2. The deriving of sexual gratification from fantasies or acts involving a nonconsenting elderly person.

gerontophilia

Paraphilic sexuoeroticism that hinges on having a much older partner.

gerontophilia

(jĕr″ŏn-tō-fĭl′ē-ă) [″ + philein, to love]
1. A fondness or love for old people.
2. Sexual inclination toward or sexual mistreatment of the elderly.
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Hagglund's reading of "On Transience" argues that Freud's essay testifies to the double bind of desire (between chronophilia and chronophobia) in the general theory of chronolibido, which then enables him to contest both Freud and Lacan's theories of the death drive on the basis of that bind.
The key argument here concerns the co-implication of chronophobia and chronophilia.
It follows that there is chronophobia at the heart of every chronophilia and chronophilia at the heart of every chronophobia.