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Max Stirner
(1806–1856)
German philosopher
Max Stirner

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Works about StirnerEdit

  • Egoists, a book of supermen: Stendhal, Baudelaire, Flaubert, Anatole France, Huysmans, Barrès, Nietzsche, Blake, Ibsen, Stirner, and Ernest Hello, with portrait of Stendhal; unpublished letter of Flaubert; and original proof page of Madame Bovary by James Huneker, 1909 (external scan)
  • Ten blind leaders of the blind, by Arthur Morrow Lewis, 1910 (external scan)
  • Max Stirner, The Predecessor of Nietzsche by Paul Carus, 1911-07-01 from The Monist, Volume 21. (external scan)



 

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