The Birth, Baptism, and Banalization of Nihilism: Twentieth Century Responses to Leslie Carr – – Dissertation, Stanford University. struction of truth, Plato, Cicero, and Augustine in different ways advocate. ” dialogical” modes of thought and language that give central place to the. We may add in this context that Diken cites the American cultural scientist, Karen Leslie Carr, who labels this state of mind as the banalisation of nihilism (Carr.
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The Banalization of Nihilism Twentieth-Century Responses to Meaninglessness
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