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NOUN   a nihilist | nihilists
SYNO anarchist | nihilist | syndicalist
nihilista {m}nihilist
nihilistka {f}nihilist [female]
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Translation for 'nihilist' from English to Slovak

nihilista {m}
nihilist [female]
nihilistka {f}
Usage Examples English
  • "Tu menti" is an attack on the nihilist punk rock of the Sex Pistols with explicit references to "Anarchy in the UK" and "Liar", and mimics the riff from the song "Submission".
  • The Nihilist Faction (...) was a nihilist anarchist organization in Greece, which claimed responsibility for a 28 May 1996 bombing of IBM offices in Athens.
  • The Nihilist sketch "Sigfeld" is a parody of "Seinfeld" where the trio act similar to Seinfeld while remaining in nihilistic character.
  • A nihilist is person who subscribes to nihilism, the belief that existence has no objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value.
  • The fathers and children of the novel refers to the growing divide between the two generations of Russians, and the character Yevgeny Bazarov, a nihilist who rejects the old order.
  • As a nihilist, Shiga feels that there is no meaning to anything.
  • Malliagh explained in 2017 that "Neō Wax Bloom" deals with "primal religious themes" and a "millennial nihilist thing" that had prevented him from having personally consistent spiritual beliefs.
  • She was sentenced to two months in prison in 1891 for having arranged the escape of the Polish nihilist Stanislas Padlewski (1857–91).
  • He was a leading figure of the Russian nihilist movement in literary publication of his time.
  • "Cul-de-sac" (1966) is a bleak nihilist tragicomedy filmed on location in .
  • In his last years of life, when he was frequently visited by journalists, he had an interview with "Asker og Bærum Budstikke", in which he described himself as a nihilist: "I am not a pessimist.
  • "No Way Out" (...) is an anti-nihilist novel by Nikolai Leskov, published in 1864 under the pseudonym M.Stebnitsky in "Biblioteka Dlya Chteniya".
  • Sitoci returned to America in October 2011 as part of Jeff Katz's Wrestling Revolution Project in Hollywood, where he was cast to portray a German nihilist.
  • Comic book author Warren Ellis cites as an influence the nihilist philosophies of Thacker and Peter Sjöstedt-H for his 2017 series "Karnak: The Flaw in All Things", a re-imagining of the original Marvel "Inhumans" character Karnak.
  • The paradox of nihilism is a family of paradoxes regarding the philosophical implications of nihilism, particularly situations contesting nihilist perspectives on the nature and extent of subjectivity within a nihilist framework.
  • Vasily Vasiliyevich Bervi-Flerovsky (Born: Wilhelm Wilhelmovich Bervi; 10 May 28 April 1829 – 4 October 1918) was a Russian economist, sociologist, journalist and prominent theorist of the Narodnik and nihilist movements.
  • Nikolai Vasil'evich Shelgunov (Russian: Никола́й Васи́льевич Шелгуно́в; November 22 December 4 1824 – 12 April 24 April 1891) was a Russian forestry professor, journalist, and literary critic, who became a notable figure of the Russian nihilist movement.
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