1 'He's a nihilist,' repeated Arkady.
2 'A nihilist,' said Nikolai Petrovitch.
3 'You are certainly a nihilist, I see that,' thought Nikolai Petrovitch.
4 It's that high and mighty gentleman, that nihilist, who's knocked all that into his head.
5 And somewhere deep in herself because of it, she was a nihilist, and really anarchic.
6 With nihilism, no discussion is possible; for the nihilist logic doubts the existence of its interlocutor, and is not quite sure that it exists itself.
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7 There used to be Hegelists, and now there are nihilists.