What is the Meaning & Definition of nihilism

The philosophical current known as nihilism is that which is based on the presumption that nothing can be known, understood or known that life has no meaning whatsoever to decipher. This implies that the human being is not subordinated to values, beliefs or any upper body parameters since, anyway, you cannot know it for sure. The term nihilism comes from the latin, a language in which nihil means 'nothing'. In this way, nihilism could be understood as the denial of all that exists, or, in other words, the nothing. One of the most important and Central of this philosophical movement is precisely denial of various aspects of human life, and even of life itself. For the nihilists, life does not possess no meaning worthy of being known, interpreted or deciphered, as neither does morality, religion, the political forms, etc.
Nihilism is a phenomenon arisen mainly in the 19th century from the works of various authors including Kierkegaard, Nietzsche and Heidegger are the most recognized. Each of them made a different interpretation of this kind of thinking but in other words we can say that the three worked on life and the lack of this significance in a world as complex as the postmodern world. Thus, for nihilists authors nothing what human beings can do to revalue their identity, their peculiarities, their interests or fears can be useful since life has lost all meaning (or never had it) and therefore it is impossible to know or know nothing about it. In many ways, nihilism is associated with dark modes and no sense of understanding human existence on Earth.