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I found the author to have narrated his work well and with a steady tone. His concepts are explained with precise detail and chained together in an orderly fashion. I found Peter to be quite verbose at times throughout the work but this is understandable due to the depth of subject matter. To listeners who enjoyed this, you may also enjoy: Power Nihilism: A Case for Moral & Political Nihilism a book by James Theodore Stillwell III Nihilism: A Philosophy Based in Nothingness and Eternity a book by Brett Stevens
The position feels lacking in its defining of the proposed chief good, power. It is made clear that each method to power is different, so actions are neither good or bad innately, unless perhaps an action always leads to loss of power, but it is unclear what power is. However, albeit the absence of a definition for power, this short book covered a lot of ground and serves as a great introduction and reference point to deeper investigation on nihilist philosophy.