'your lack of vision and moralism belong to a bourgeois mentality'
I was unaware 'Nihilist Communism' regarded moralism as being valid in nature. As opposed to the need for class struggle and the implementation of Communism being needed simply in order to bring about a higher form of production that is built out of the masses and allows the masses to furtherly emancipate themselves from bourgeois society. As opposed to silly bourgeois liberal moralist views.
I hope my contribution to the Fight Club thread was useful.
Especially displaying my point is when Norton refers to himself as gaining a sort of 'Enlightenment' after his first fight with Tyler; Mainly this enlightenment is meant to serve as the replacement to the nothingness that Norton is transitioning towards.