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Nihilism is not a behavior, it is the perspective of nothing. Relative to all other perspectives Nihilism is automatically "extreme" as it does not affirm anything unless you consider the affirmation of nothing, something. A person can act in an extreme way and be contextually nihilistic. For example, a man spends his whole life ignoring politics because ...


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Also, there seems hypocrisy involved in much nihilism. If you really believed the world did not exist, or there were no real values, then surely that would have wild and far-reaching changes to your behaviour (or even presence of any behaviour). You raise a number of questions, not just one. I'll tackle this part of your post. 'Nihilism' has no single, ...


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Be careful with the world 'nihilism', which has at different usages in different contexts: Colloquially (as in the dictionary), nihilism means an express rejection of religious and moral principles, stemming from a belief that life is intrinsically meaningless. Philosophically, nihilism is a form of extreme skepticism which maintains that nothing in the ...


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