THE DIVERGENT PERSPECTIVES OF «INTIMATE» ENEMIES: MARXIAN HISTORY AND STIRNERIAN EGOISM

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Marx’ critique of Stirner in The German Ideology was a means of distinguishing himself from what was, in his eyes, the impotent Left Hegelian movement. For Marx, alienation was no longer a spiritual phenomenon, but the objective forms of man’s economic products, the separation of man from his production. Nevertheless, Marx’ position can be interpreted as a relapse into Left Hegelianism:

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STIRNER CONTRA MARX: MORALITY, SOCIETY AND LIBERTY-II

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Marx’ communist vision would still require the individual to conform to a pattern of behaviour, though not through traditional morals, but through collective obligation. Stirner’s critique of Feuerbach and Proudhon had already shown that socialist morality was full of superstitions, just as much as the Apostles’ creed. Julius’ article in the second volume of Wigands Vierteljahrschrift  attacked the essentially Feuerbachian character of Marx’ «practical humanism», which Julius considered «religious alienation» – clearly inspired by Stirner’s perception of socialism.

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EL YO-SIN FE NI LEY

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Nihilista a quien no tan sólo afirma no tener ni dios ni amo, sino que se consagra a la destrucción de todos los sistemas sociales que según presume aniquilan al individuo, y ello fundando su acción en la constatación de que toda la existencia humana está cercenada por el no ser, la nada, Max Stirner, filósofo del individualismo anarquista, merece entonces tal calificación aunque nunca la hubiese reclamado.

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EL HOLOCAUSTO DEMOGRÁFICO

 

El holocausto demográfico de la ley de Malthus, la superpoblación y los excesos que conducen a la progresiva pauperización, a la esclavitud como elección desde la libertad sin conciencia de las ataduras. 

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