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502.  To talk of immaterial existences, is to talk of nothings.  To say that the human soul, angels, God, are immaterial, is to say they are nothings, or that there is no God, no angels, no soul.  I cannot reason otherwise.  But I believe that I am supported in my creed of Materialism by the Locks, the Traceys, and the Stewarts.  (Religion & Nothing)  Thomas Jefferson 

 

 

2,656.  I suppose therefore that all things I see are illusions; I believe that nothing has ever existed of everything my lying memory tells me. I think I have no senses. I believe that body, shape, extension, motion, location are functions.  What is there then that can be taken as true?  Perhaps only this one thing, that nothing at all is certain.  (Science & Illusion & Exist & Nothing & Nihilism & Senses & Truth & Certain)  Rene Descartes 

 

 

9,424.  Death isn’t peaceful; it is just nothing.  Everything is gone.  No more sunrises, no more hopes, no more fears.  Nothing.  (Death & Nothing & Nihilism)  Linda Howard, Kill and Tell 

 

11,003.  Woody Allen: That’s quite a lovely Jackson Pollock, isn’t it?

 

Woman: Yes it is.

 

Woody Allen: What does it say to you?

 

Woman: It re-states the negativeness of the universe.  The hideous lonely emptiness of existence.  Nothingness.  The predicament of man forced to live in a barren godless eternity like a tiny flame flickering in an immense void with nothing but waste, horror and degradation forming a useless bleak straightjacket in a black absurd cosmos.  (Art & Nihilism & Life’s Like That & Meaning of Life & Painting)  Play It Again, Sam 1972 starring Woody Allen & Diane Keaton & Tony Robers & Susan Anspach & Jerry Lacy & Jennifer Salt & Joy Bang & Viva & Susanne Zenor & Diana Davila et al, director Herbert Ross

 

 

81,182.  Eternal nothingness is fine if you happen to be dressed for it.  (Nihilism & Nothing)  Woody Allen

 

 

81,183.  What if everything is an illusion and nothing exists?  In that case I definitely overpaid for my carpet.  (Nihilism & Illusion & Nothing)  Woody Allen

 

 

43,088.  There’s no ghosts.  There’s no God.  (Comedy & Nihilism)  The Young Ones: Cash ***** Rick  

 

 

71,546.  The Elite who occupy the commanding heights or digital reality are suicidal nihilists.

 

Suicidal nihilists know that there is no longer any substantive purpose to their willing.  But they would always prefer to go on willing than not to act at all.

 

They can very happily ally themselves with a notion of a nuclear holocaust or perfect extremism.  (Eugenics & Elite & Nihilism)  Arthur Crocker

 

 

79,958.  Does she truly want to be no-one?  (Fantasy & Nihilism)  Game of Thrones: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken s5e6, bloke to girl

 

 

197.  Politics is action and all action is but a flaw in the Perfection of inaction, which is peace, just as all being is but a flaw in the perfection of non-being.  Which is God.  For if God is perfection and the only perfection is in non-being, then God is non-being.  Then God is nothing.  Nothing can give no basis for the criticisms of Thing in its thingness.  Then where do you get anything to say?  (God & Nothing & Atheism & Nihilism)  Robert Penn Warren, All the King’s Men

 

 

964.  She believed in nothing.  Only her scepticism kept her from being an atheist.  (Belief & Nothing & Scepticism & Atheism & Disbelief & Nihilism)  Jean-Paul Sartre

 

 

83,222.  Nothingness lies coiled in the heart of a being – like a worm.  (Nothing & Nihilism)  Jean-Paul Sartre

 

 

83,223.  Nothingness haunts being.  (Nothing & Nihilism)  Jean-Paul Sartre

 

 

83,184.  Science has looked, and sees no life but this:

Or, at the most ’tis hypothetical.

’Thou art as animals, as worms, as clay;

Earth - thy small planet, of a thousand, one –

Shall slowly waste, unto an outburnt ash:

And thou and all thy race, be blotted out.

For in the dissolution of man’s brain

Himself dissolves, and passes into night.  Wilfred Owen, Science Has Looked

 

 

3,026.  It is contrary to reason to say that there is a vacuum or space in which there is absolutely nothing.  (Space & Vacuum & Nothing)  Rene Descartes 

 

 

24,036.  Kirk: What you are describing is ...?

 

Spock: Non-existence.  (Star Trek & Nothing & Nihilism)  Star Trek: The Alternative Factor s1e27

 

 

2,993.  They understand death, they stand there in the church under the skies that have a beginning-less past and go into the never-ending future, waiting themselves for death, at the foot of the dead, in a holy temple.  – I get a vision of myself and the two little boys hung up in a great endless universe with nothing overhead and nothing under but the Infinite Nothingness, the Enormousness of it, the dead without number in all directions of existence whether inward into the atom-worlds of your own body or outward to the universe which may only be one atom in an infinity of atom-worlds and each atom-world only a figure of speech – inward, outward, up and down, nothing but emptiness and divine majesty and silence for the two little boys and me.  (Universe & Death & Nothing & Multiverse & Nihilism)  Jack Kerouac, Lonesome Traveler 

 

 

92,127.  A woman who has recently become aware of the massive and total futility of her life.  (Unemployment & Social Security & Nihilism)  Boys from The Blackstuff: Shop thy Neighbour, social security boss to officer

 

 

98,122.  I believe in nothing.  We are born and we die and that's it: there's nothing else.  (Artists: Bacon & Nothing & Nihilism)  Francis Bacon, interview Melvyn Bragg South Bank Show 1985

 

98,123.  I’m optimistic about nothing.  (Artists: Bacon & Nothing & Nihilism)  ibid.

 

 

110,266.  Hi, I’m in black and white this week, depressed, life is hopeless, death is a constant, all accident is futile wherever you go; you can’t be certain you’re not just going nowhere: this is nihilism, to believe in nothing.  (Nihilism & Culture)  Matthew Collings, Hello Culture: Nihilism, Channel 4 2001

 

110,267.  Nihilism: it’s the really big ISM of the 20th century.  (Nihilism & Culture)  ibid.

 

110,268.  Every age has its own apocalypse fantasy.  (Nihilism & Culture) ibid.

 

110,269.  Gericault: The Raft of the Medusa.  (Nihilism & Culture)  ibid.  

 

110,270.  Nihilism rejects everything even its own.  (Nihilism & Culture)  ibid.

 

110,271.  Nihlists see existance as irrational and meaningless.  (Nihilism & Culture)  ibid.

 

110,272.  Beckett: The master of seeing everything so clearly it might make you commit suicide … He sees the utter reality of the meaningless of everything, but, well, he loves language.  (Nihilism & Culture)  ibid.