Comments on “Eternalism as the only salvation from nihilism”

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Broken link

Kev3's picture

This starts off with a broken link to the article linked when you wrote "Nihilism actually is harmful and wrong"...

Many broken links, unfortunately

Thanks for pointing it out!

Unfortunately, the whole book is riddled with broken links. They're links to the future... pages I haven't posted yet.

I haven't found a good solution for this. Maybe I can write some code that will hide them until the pages are written. Or something!

Truth

Hmm... what is the difference between "truth" and "Truth"?

Source for the painting

Maic Lopez Saenz's picture

That painting at the beginning of the chapter should have a source. Its a very interesting piece that needs and author!

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