> Nothing 


> Nothing is commonly understood as the lack or absence of anything at all. However, many of the existentialist and postmodern philosophers and writers would argue that 'nothing' is actually the lack or absence of something, rather than of anything. [...]

The concept of 'nothing' has been studied throughout history by philosophers and theologians [...]. The understanding varies widely between cultures, especially between Western and Eastern cultures and philosophical traditions. For instance, Shunyata (emptiness), unlike 'nothingness', is considered a state of mind in Buddhism. [...]

> Nothing is much simpler in the context of this website though: here, there is nothing to see, read or listen to ...