Translation for 'nihilistic' from English to Slovak
ADJ   nihilistic | more nihilistic | most nihilistic
nihilistický {adj}nihilistic
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Translation for 'nihilistic' from English to Slovak

nihilistický {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Nietzsche studied extensively and was very familiar with Schopenhauer and Christianity and Buddhism, each of which he considered nihilistic and "enemies to a healthy culture".
  • In an interview with Agathe Novak-Lechevalier Houellebecq characterised himself as „the author of a nihilistic era and the suffering that goes along with nihilism“.
  • The cynical tag line "So what?" is used repeatedly by the girls to underscore their uncaring, nihilistic attitude.
  • The song is about being nihilistic, apathetic, demotivated, and being too lazy to look for motivation to do anything.
  • Moral nihilists agree that all claims such as 'murder is morally wrong' are not true. But different nihilistic views differ in two ways.

  • Mearsheimer makes important reference to Laurence Lampert's nihilistic Strauss interpretation in his book "The Great Delusion".
  • While Bulgarian historians today criticize such a "nihilistic" position, their Macedonian colleagues are worried that the group was "blind" for Macedonians' separate ethnic identity.
  • An anti rom-com about Mandy, a career-driven nihilistic single mother with a deeply disturbed son, who falls in love with a borderline-incel, patriarchal man with rage issues named Pete.
  • Pobedonostsev held the view that human nature is sinful, rejecting the ideals of freedom and independence as dangerous delusions of nihilistic youth.
  • Neil Genzlinger of "The New York Times" wrote "film creates a disturbing portrait of a girl turned calculating and nihilistic by her upbringing, and there is no coyness here".

  • Simon Tatz from the Mental Health Council of Australia states that metal music "has some worrying aspects", including the nihilistic lyrics that may "reinforce alienation and exclusion".
  • They were brought together by a rejection of the nihilistic and hypercritical reactions to painting and the invasion of the American culture with Pop Art.
  • (b) Modern historians, in trying to hold up a mirror to ultimate reality, are not only ascetic but highly nihilistic.
  • The philosophical ideas of the French author, the Marquis de Sade, are often noted as early examples of nihilistic principles.
  • Veritism also emphasizes that some, not having found truth, or lacking direction in their own lives, have rejected the existence of absolute truth, thus embracing atheistic, nihilistic ideologies.

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