10/03/2018 (Wed) 09:56:49
Nihilism is an ontological crisis from a flawed, crumbling epistemological framework that thinks it had inverted logic against itself, Some of the results of nihilism is anxiety, fear, pessimism, perpetual skepticism, confusion, depression, etc. How I would describe nihilism in general is that it's self inflicted defeat (perpetually giving up what one doesn't want to lose) regardless of its validity.
I would say that there's four types to Nihilism, first being ethereal nihilism as in the rejection of all that is holy, divine, sacred. Second, political nihilism, i.e.; "Black Pill" which is mostly in an apathetic indifference but pessimistic, holding no shred of hope concerning politics. Third, biological nihilism induced through the environment of the person. Fourth, absolute nihilism, full rejection of everything and anything, including their own irrational logic. As they say, never go full retard.
In short, just sticking nihilism under individualism is to not know how dangerous and nuanced nihilism even is to begin with, but that's the problem with lists like these that try to put things into bullet point categorizations instead of it being in an entangled evolving web of chaos.