THE UNABOMBER MANIFESTO:AUTONOMY

THE UNABOMBER MANIFESTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

42. Autonomy as a part of the power process may not be necessary for every individual. But most people need a greater or lesser degree of autonomy in working toward their goals. Their efforts must be undertaken on their own initiative and must be under their own direction and control. Yet most people do not have to exert this initiative, direction and control as single individuals. It is usually enough to act as a member of a small group.

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COALIZIONE CONTRO LA MORTE

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Come immaginare la vita degli altri, quando già sembra a malapena concepibile la propria?

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INTUITION NIETZSCHÉENNE DE LA RÉALITÉ POLITIQUE

LA GRANDE POLITIQUE

 

 

 

 

 

La pensée de Nietzsche se porte sur les nécessités premières et toujours les mêmes des relations humaines, particulièrement l’état, la guerre et la paix, ensuite les situations politiques actuelles, la démocratie européenne. Ce n’est pas la détermination concrète du contenu particulier qui est essentielle à cette pensée, mais la grande intuition en tant que telle, d’où résulte la direction que prend la « grande politique ».

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LES FANTÔMES

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Cette révolte de l’individu [contre l’Idéal élevé en tant que sacré, le culte moderne de l’Esprit et de l’Homme NdIL] est difficile, parce qu’elle a surtout à vaincre des fantômes : ceux que l’esprit humain a créés, ceux que les divers pouvoirs proposent à chacun pour mieux le contrôler.

Stirner aboutit à ce paradoxe que l’individu est asservi de manière très rigide par des idées et des êtres inconsistants. Telle la prison d’air de Merlin, des barreaux l’entourent qu’il ne peut franchir, mais qui se multiplient et restreignent son espace vital, son pouvoir.

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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’S CONTEXT

SELF-OVERCOMING OF NIHILISM-

 

 

 

 

 

While Dostoevsky and Nietzsche must be acknowledged as the thinkers who plumbed the depths of nihilism most deeply, we can see the outlines of nihilism-though not fully developed as suchin an earlier work published by Max Stirner in 1844, The Ego and His Own ,Thanks to the revival of interest in Stirner’s work by J. H . Mackay (Max Stirner, Sein Leben und Sein Werk, 1897), attention has been drawn to various similarities between Stirner’s ideas and those of Nietzsche. It is almost certain that Nietzsche did not read Stirner’s work.

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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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