Interested in learning about Nihilism beyond Nietzschean ethics. I have a copy of "The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism" by Keiji Nishitani which I've yet to read. I would be interested in any other recommendations.

Hello! I am student of the humanities whose interests include (but are not limited to):

Art History
Theology
Aesthetics
Ethics
Ontology
Jurisprudence
Economics

At the moment my focus is primarily around theories of economy and legal practice outside of states (I am a Libertarian Socialist). I also have a keen interest in the intersection between institutional, extrajudicial, and spontaneous violence.

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