A Comparative Study of Nihilism, The Ideas of Jean Baudrillard and The Thinkers of Existential Unity based on a cognitive-psychological (experimental) point of view


  • Roham Amirpour Amrai PhD student of Art Research, Tehran Azad University, Central Branch, Iran (Corresponding author)
  • Pedram Dadfar Assistant professor of Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran branch, Iran
  • Mahtab Norouzian Master of Art Research, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Iran




nihilism, Pantheism, Jean Baudrillard, wisdom, religion, soul of art


Statement of the problem: In this contemporary era; The writer has seen a world that many of his people see as absurd or try to find a way for occasional rebellions, he called the first category nihilism, and we consider the second category to be the followers of Jean Baudrillard. Thinking should be the driving force, so we have also noted the gap in this research that this is the other point of the above triangle, that is, the views of the unity of existences (pantheisms), with the help of which we can give more order to some of the philosophical psychoses to be more practical. Purpose: In this research, in addition to accompanying the evolution of human eschatology, we also rely on the introduction of the ideas of scientists who are more anonymous than someone like Ibn Arabi who made a lot of efforts in this direction. Research method: Here we have a descriptive-analytical view and prepared our sources qualitatively from the library and field experiences. Conclusion: In the end, we have a good perspective to present less heard theories from the above topics, to satisfy the taste of other people who are not confused by the solutions of other researchers and are not multi-dimensional; We are excited, and hope it will be useful.


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How to Cite

Amirpour Amrai, R., Dadfar, P., & Norouzian, M. (2024). A Comparative Study of Nihilism, The Ideas of Jean Baudrillard and The Thinkers of Existential Unity based on a cognitive-psychological (experimental) point of view. International Journal of Advanced Research in Humanities and Law, 1(2), 70–82. https://doi.org/10.63053/ijrel.13