What is the most powerful (according to most philosophers) argument against moral nihilism in Western philosophy?
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Moral nihilism only works in an abstract sense. If someone practiced it absolutely in their life and fully "believed" unto the idea, they should not have a problem with being killed, as their life is "meaningless".
The main argument is that it is not a practical philosophy and that there are no "genuine" nihilists out there.