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New Review of Nihilism Focuses On Practical Aspects

Over at Money, Power, and Occasional Violence a review of Nihilism: A Philosophy Based In Nothingness And Eternity, my first published book, tells us a bit more about the practical aspects of nihilism for realists:

NIHILISM, by Brett Stevens, is one of those timeless, grab-you-by-the-throat-and-not-let-go treatises.

…Culled from writings he did from the 90s through the early 2000s, this book is essentially a road-map for the reader to basically rip away all the personal, emotional defenses one has erected over their lives. Defenses against brute nature (which includes human nature). Which we all do.

It is an instruction manual for apprehending reality, objective reality and proceeding with one’s brain. Beliefs and apprehensions.

If this sounds like fun to you, check out more about the book and how to get yourself a copy. Thanks to all who have read and reviewed this work that I hope is both interesting and challenging.

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