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The Ego and His Own By Max Stirner
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Straight reprint of Max Stirner's "The Ego and His Own" as translated by Steven T. Byington and published in 1907. This book is in the public domain and being published as a community... More > service for those wishing to explore his philosophy more in depth. This is perhaps the first true self-powerment book and an important literary work that should not be forgotten.< Less
The Ego and His Own By Max Stirner
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"The Ego and His Own" was first published in Germany in 1845 and influenced the entire German culture. Nearly every German author that I have translated was strongly influenced by Max... More > Stirner. This English translation by Steven T. Byington appeared in 1907 and the book has been republished a few times since, but has not been available in todays world. Bandel Books is proud to offer this edition for those interested in a deeper study of this author and his ideas. This is a straight reprint of the 1907 edition published as a low cost quality paperback edition.< Less
The Ego and His Own By Max Stirner
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The Ego and His Own explores the sociological mind with an emphasis on egoism and individualism by Max Stirner.
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The Ego and Its Own (German: Der Einzige und sein Eigenthum; also translated as Me and My Own) is a philosophical work by German philosopher Max Stirner (1806–1856). This work was first... More > published in October 1844, although with a stated publication date of "1845" to confuse the Prussian censors. The Ego and Its Own is a radically individualist critique of modern European civilization and its ideologies, especially Hegelianism and religious thinking. It sets out to promote a unique form of dialectical egoism which is founded on individual autonomy or "Ownness" (Eigenheit). Stirner's book played a role in the decline of left Hegelianism, influenced Karl Marx in his turn towards dialectical materialism and was also an important source for individualist anarchism.< Less
El único y su propiedad By Max Stirner
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El libro de Stirner, El único y su propiedad, publicado en 1844, argumentó que la única limitación en el individuo es su poder para obtener lo que él desea. Propone... More > que las comúnmente aceptadas instituciones sociales, incluyendo la noción de Estado, la propiedad como un derecho, los derechos naturales, y en general la noción misma de la sociedad son cosificaciones de la mente. Stirner comienza afirmando que el centro de toda reflexión, y aun de toda realidad, es el hombre. Sin embargo, no se trata del hombre en general, ni del representante de una Humanidad abstracta, sino del individuo, de "mí mismo" en cuanto "yo" único. El "Único" es único no porque esté relacionado con nada, sino más bien porque él, y sólo él, es el fundamento de toda relación posible. Todo lo que me une a otros, o todo lo que tengo en común con otros, es sólo relativo respecto al carácter absoluto de "mi" unicidad. En suma, la unicidad no parece ser en Stirner ausencia de relación, sino que la relación es ausencia de unicidad.< Less
Lire Stirner By Eric Vilain
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Max Stirner serait, selon Emile Bottigelli, « un auteur dont on parle à l’occasion mais qu’on ne lit plus ». Pourquoi, alors, Marx a-t-il consacré 300... More > pages de polémique contre lui ? En réalité, l’auteur de « l’Unique et sa propriété » a joué un rôle déterminant dans l’évolution de la pensée de Marx. Il lui a donné un « coup de pied au cul philosophique » en secouant Marx de la torpeur humaniste dans laquelle il sombrait. Après la critique stirnérienne de Feuerbach, dont Marx vantait les mérites, ce dernier ne sera plus le même. Stirner était-il « anarchiste » ? L’auteur pense qu’il n’en est rien, et il s’explique. Son introduction dans les rangs des « penseurs anarchistes » a été tardive, sa promotion à ce statut a été dans une large mesure le fait de militants marxistes – Engels, Plékhanov – qui avaient intérêt, pour leurs besoins politiques propres, à cette « promotion ». Mais elle est aussi le résultat d’une dégénérescence du mouvement «  après l’écrasement de la commune, qui provoqua un repli sur soi.< Less
Max By Katherine Cecil Thurston
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Johann Kaspar Schmidt (October 25, 1806 – June 26, 1856), better known as Max Stirner, was a German philosopher. He is often seen as one of the forerunners of nihilism, existentialism,... More > psychoanalytic theory, postmodernism, and anarchism, especially of individualist anarchism. Stirner's main work is The Ego and Its Own, also known as The Ego and His Own (Der Einzige und sein Eigentum in German, which translates literally as The Only One and His Property). This work was first published in 1845 in Leipzig, and has since appeared in numerous editions and translations.Stirner was born in Bayreuth, Bavaria. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Stirner Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Imagined World By John Henry Mackay
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Mackay’s posthumously published final novel brings us another memorable character in Ludwig Behrendt. Although a successful businessman, he is haunted by a youthful indiscretion until the... More > unexpected arrival of a visitor from his past brings about drastic changes in his life. The novel illustrates, both negatively and positively, ideas of the 19th century German philosopher Max Stirner. But in all the challenges Behrendt has to face, he remains a believable personality whose strength is also his weakness. For admirers of Stirner this novel is a must read. But its many literary levels can be enjoyed by all. It is a fascinating blend of story-telling and philosophy brought to life.< Less
The Imagined World By John Henry Mackay
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Mackay’s final, posthumously published novel brings us another memorable character in Ludwig Behrendt. Although a successful businessman, he is haunted by a youthful indiscretion until the... More > unexpected arrival of a visitor from his past brings about drastic changes in his life. The novel illustrates, both negatively and positively, ideas of the 19th century German philosopher Max Stirner. But in all the challenges Behrendt has to face, he remains a believable personality whose strength is also his weakness. For admirers of Stirner this novel is a must read. But its many literary levels can be enjoyed by all. It is a fascinating blend of story-telling and philosophy brought to life.< Less
Serenität By Elektra Wagenrad
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Die Tatsache, dass man im Kopf redet, bedeutet nicht, dass man denkt – sondern nur, dass man redet. Ohne das wir es merken, reden wir mit uns selbst, z.B. um rauszukriegen, was zu tun ist oder... More > wie man sich im Alltag benimmt. Wir stellen uns dabei ein imaginäres Gegenüber vor, das verschiedene Rollen spielt, ohne dass uns dieser Umstand irgendwie bewusst wäre. In der Rolle dieses Gegenübers versuchen wir auf sinnvolle Weise zu uns selbst zu sprechen, auch wenn es gefährlicher Unfug ist, wenn man diese Selbstgespräche wirklich ernst nimmt. Wir haben uns in unserer späten Kindheit ein eigenes, ideales Selbstbild als Rolle unseres imaginären Gegenübers zu eigen gemacht. In dieser Rolle, der Rolle unseres Egos oder Ichs sprechen wir seit unserer Kindheit zu uns selbst. Diese innere Stimme verwechseln wir mit bewusstem Nachdenken, ohne uns klarzumachen, dass Gespräche in unserem Kopf gar kein eigenes Denken darstellen, sondern nur ein eingebildetes Denken sind. Wir brauchen eine Revolution in den Köpfen.< Less

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