Αρχιστές, Αναρχικοί και Εγωιστές

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«Είμαι αναρχικός! Συνεπώς δε θα εξουσιάζω και δε θα εξουσιάζομαι.»

John Henry Mackay

«Ό,τι αποκτώ μέσω της δύναμης είναι δικό μου και σε ό,τι δεν αποκτώ μέσω αυτής δεν έχω κανένα δικαίωμα.»

Max Stirner

Στο βιβλίο του «Ο εγωισμός του Max Stirner», ο John P. Clark υποστηρίζει πως ο Stirner είναι αναρχικός, αλλά και πως ο αναρχισμός του είναι «σε μεγάλο βαθμό ανεπαρκής».

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L’AGIRE ANTI ETICO E LA NEGAZIONE DEL DIRITTO:LO STRITOLAMENTO DELLA DOTTRINA DEL DIRITTO ALL’ESISTENZA

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L’Affrontare con il Pugnale Nichilista il limite etico della giurisprudenza- porta- a decomprimere e fare esplodere- la serie in “serie” del diritto all’esistenza.
Modi e termini- articolazioni non facoltative- da accettare e modulare – all’interno del desiderio del concetto di sicurezza.
L’Ammorbarsi vischioso dentro il comune denominatore del senso dato a una regola etica- compie un’estensione labirintica nel fondo e all’intorno dei gradi di ordinamento della procedura penale.

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THE SELF-OVERCOMING OF NIHILISM:REALIST-IDEALIST-EGOIST:”CREATIVE NOTHING”

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Stirner divides history into three periods, which he compares to three stages in the development of the individual: namely, boyhood, youth, and the prime of manhood . The boy lives only in relation to things in this world, unable to conceive of anything like a spiritual world beyond it. In that sense he is a realist.

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Χορός του λυκόφωτος

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BALLATA CREPUSCOLARE PRELUDIO SINFONICO DI “DINAMITE” RENZO NOVATORE “SONO LA MIA CAUSA”-ED.CERBERO

 

Αυτή είναι η ώρα των νυχτερινών μου σκέψεων.

Κοιμάται ο Δαίμονάς μου.

Κοιμάται στο σκοτεινό λυκόφως

αυτής μου της ψυχής

Ο ερυθρός Δαίμονας

της καταχθόνιας χαράς μου.

Καπνίζω..

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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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