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    Senior Member danseen's Avatar
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    Default Why is nihilism "objective" when subjectivism technically is?

    To use a phrase resembling the old paradox, to say that morality is subjective is an absolute in itself.

    I'd feel that only idiots, babies and fools endorse "morality" anyhow.

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    Nihilism is subjective because a human is interpreting the meaning of reality. The philosophy of nihilism is unthinkable to a snail or raccoon.

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    Nihilism is objective because no fact is true in every possible situation. Therefore, "nothing" is the all-encompassing principle.

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