Nihilism (1): The Root of the Revolution of the Modern Age




  • This book sheds a bright light on the philosophy of the absurd. It exposes the modern counterfeit coherence of the intellect which seems to abound in the world today. It's a smooth read, but you may need to consult a dictionary from time to time if you're not a seasoned reader. The highlight of this book, I think, is the fact that absurdism is not of the intellect really, but rather of the will






By using TalkWithStranger, you are accepting our privacy and usage terms . You must be 18+ or 13+ with parental permission to use our online chatting site.