Max Stirner, 1806-1856. German philosopher, among the more prominent of the Left Hegelians. Remembered for his arguments against Feuerbach, and his enduring influence on individualist anarchism. He is best known for his 1844 book The Ego and Its Own.

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A Durable Dissident
Article by Bernd A. Laska contending that the proper time for Stirner's philosophy is finally at hand.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Max Stirner
Article by David Leopold. Concisely reviews the life, work and Egoistic philosophy of this thinker.

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