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That is why Heidegger calls metaphysics nihilistic.

  • Later interpretations of nihilism were heavily influenced by works of , such as those of , which arose in response to Russian nihilism.

  • I have schizophrenia, which I believe was triggered by severe bullying I experienced as a child and I have had some pretty far out delusions.

  • Summary A delusion is a fixed, false belief in something that is not real or does not exist, and is held despite evidence to the contrary.


He was seeing people in the house, grandkids and strangers.

  • It can be trained and improved with a few simple techniques.

  • My delusions consisted of many of the ones you so accurately described.

  • Nadezhdin, in an 1829 article in the Messenger of Europe, in which he applied it to Aleksandr Pushkin.