Is there an aspect of the person that is outside time or scale? Does anyone argue that to defeat nihilism, and does that come up in discussing value nihilism?
I just think that anyone who claims that nothing matters unless it has meaningful, valuable, effects in relation with others, is irreversibly committed to meaningless nihilism.
Unless there is an aspect of the person that is outside time. Or perhaps one to which the scale or magnitude of "meaning" doesn't matter.
I was just hoping that, for those who would not change the course of history, some aspect of the individual exists the same independent of whether it is everything or hardly anything at all. What is the word for that? What is it?