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used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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the belief that there is no universal truth or underlying reality that undergirds moral values, and that ultimately existence is meaningless
  • He made a great show of his education, droning on about nihilism and giving pompous lectures on French literature at NCO meetings.
    p. 238.4
  • After a childhood in Kobe, Mutsuhiro attended Tokyo's prestigious Waseda University, where he studied French literature and cultivated an infatuation with nihilism.
    p. 233.8

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