What are the similiarities and differences between the two theories (as well as arguments for and counterarguments against).
From what I know, trivialism states that everything is true (and I believe they accept everything), while alethic nihlism believes that nothing is true or false although some things can be accepted and somethings can be rejected (whatever tf this even means).
So does this mean for trivialism, both sides of the T-schema are accepted while for alethic nihlism its always the left-side that gets rejected (it is not true but it is also somehow not false) but the right side depends on whether the scenario "is the case" although it "isn't true" (whatever that means)?
How do trivialism and alethic nihlism relate in logic?
Do trivialism believe that everything is true in logic (like p v not p = true p ^ not p = true). I think alethic nihlism believes that logic works the way its supposed to (p v not p = true and p ^ not p = false) they just deny using the words true or false outside of logic for whatever arbitrary reason.