It’d make logical sense, and that would be fundamentally purposeless too, a nihilist would see no purpose in a governing body of any type. In addition, the nihilists who concentrate their intellectual efforts against the state’s presence may be classified mainly as Political Nihilists.
Besides the clear dearth of favor for the state, political nihilists and anarchists have a deep rebellious nature against many facets since they’re meant to command or even to hinder individual liberty in general. Both wish for the state unnecessary actions since they’ll or cannot do anything for actual human development or improvement of liberty.
The issue is the difficulty to contain nihilism since its primary doctrine is that all matters are nihilism of no significance, where it exists in the civic or political world; this would comprise all morals, faiths, locations, infrastructure and so forth. The issue is that the Nihilism is unable to blend in the political kingdom without its followers being paradox or hypocritical, mostly because ethics and morals bleed over in the political world. In the event you see no significance in government participation in abortion, is it because you believe abortion and the state are pointless activities or because you believe all abortion ought to be authorized?
In the reverse, the anarchist might have voluntary community hierarchy or their particular moral code for which they’re part of, so seeing the significance in these types of engagements. This is where I can see both groups breakup. For as both have a hate for the authoritarian state, nihilism takes the notion of oppression to everything we’ve come to understand – even our understanding of reality sometimes.