Date: Sat May 13 2006 - 11:18:16 MDT
Quoting Phillip Huggan <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Okay but even under your personal definition of a moral nihilist, there is
> still a morality superstructure. The derivative and the object are merely
> switched. It is your own personal ends at primacy and other ends merely
> service as ends to your own. There is nothing wrong with this belief, it is
> practically brainwashed into most Ivy League Business/Law School graduates.
> That doesn't make you a nihilist. A moral nihilist would not value his own
> mental states.
This is not my 'personal definition'. This is the definition used by the
historical (russian) nihlist movement. The word nihlist has i suppose several
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