WHY WE ARE MORAL

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ALTHOUGH ÷ and as we have many times explained÷morals are modes of conduct which have become customary, and the intent of the passionate rage in support of the moral is to shield these customs from anything which may cause them to vary, this exposition does not explain why these modes, primarily special and particular, adapted to serve the interests not of All but of a Few should have become customary for All: so much so in fact that the guardianship of morals is in the safest hands when it is left to the fierce partisan feelings of the “Crowd.”

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ARCHISTS-ANARCHISTS AND EGOISTS

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“I am an anarchist! Wherefore I will not rule

And also ruled I will not be.”

    — John Henry Mackay

 ”What I get by force I get by force, and what

I do not get by force I have no right to.”

  — Max Stirner

In his book Max Stirner’s Egoism John P. Clark claims that Stirner is an anarchist, but that his anarchism is “greatly inadequate”. This is because “he opposes domination of the ego by the State, but he advises people to seek to dominate others in any other way they can manage…Stirner, for all his opposition to the State…still exalts the will to dominate.”

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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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L’ESTINGUERSI DELL’UMANO SOCIETARIO

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Pessimismo e nichilismo vanno a braccetto, ma solo in Albert Caraco raggiungono quella tonalità oscura che impedisce ogni speranza e chiude ogni spiraglio d’illusione. Dalle sue pagine si esce guariti da ogni miraggio sul mondo, preparati per il macello prossimo futuro – e definitivamente redenti da ogni viziosa idea di soavità dell’uomo e della realtà. Rispetto a lui, i grandi pessimisti sono roba dolciastra, profeti zuccherati, voci infiacchite dalla chimera che “l’uomo ce la farà”.

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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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