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Definition of Nothingness

Nothingness
Nothingness Noth"ing*ness, n. 1. Nihility; nonexistence. 2. The state of being of no value; a thing of no value.

Meaning of Nothingness from wikipedia

- nothing"; "The affair meant nothing"; "I'm nothing in their eyes"). "Nothingness" is a philosophical term that denotes the general state of nonexistence...
- Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology (French: L'Être et le néant : Essai d'ontologie phénoménologique), sometimes published with...
- complex with a representation of the truth inherent in existentialism: if "nothingness" is embraced, then redemption is achieved at the moment of death. Those...
- In philosophy, eternal oblivion (also referred to as non-existence or nothingness)[page needed] is the permanent cessation of one's consciousness upon...
- Cosmic voids are vast spaces between filaments (the largest-scale structures in the universe), which contain very few or no galaxies. Voids typically have...
- Nothingness is the second album by industrial rock band Godhead. Letting Go - 3:47 Pilgrimage - 0:36 Knowledge Kills - 3:34 Childlike - 1:22 Take the...
- Religion and Nothingness (****anese: Shūkyō to wa Nanika; the original title translates literally as "What is Religion?") is a 1961 book by the ****anese...
- Between Nothingness & Eternity is the first live album by jazz fusion band Mahavishnu Orchestra, released on November 1973 by Columbia Records. According...
- ISBN 978-0-674-47184-9. Kisala, Robert (2005). Wargo, Robert, ed. The Logic Of Nothingness: A Study of Nishida Kitarō. University of Hawaii Press. pp. 3–4. ISBN 978-0-8248-2284-2...
- suc****bing to it. Facticity is a concept defined by Sartre in Being and Nothingness as the in-itself, which delineates for humans the modalities of being...
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