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The Experience of Nothingness The experience of nothingness is an incomparably fruitful starting place for ethical inquiry. It is a vaccine against the lies ...
Keywords Nothing (Philosophy  Nihilism (Philosophy  Revolutions  Experience
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Call number B828.3.N65 1970
ISBN(s) 1560009888   9781560009887   1138535567   0060902396   9781138535565   9781315131931
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