The Unique and Its Property

The Unique and Its Property

The Unique and Its Property brings to the world a radical view: egoism, the notion that the individual is the measure of all things. Max Stirner's opus first published in 1845. In the first new English-language translation since 1907.

The Unique and Its Property brings to the world a radical view: egoism, the notion that the individual is the measure of all things. Max Stirner's opus first published in 1845. In the first new English-language translation since 1907, egoist anarchist author and historian Wolfi Landstreicher has brought forward both the form and the intent of Stirner's work. This edition delivers every "occasional crudity" and all the "playful ferocity" that the German original possesses.

Contents:
Introduction by Wolfi Landstreicher
I Have Based My Affair on Nothing
1. Humanity
1.1 A Human Life
1.2 Human Beings of Ancient and Modern Times
1.2.1 The Ancients
1.2.2 The Moderns
1.2.2.1 The Spirit
1.2.2.2 The Possessed
1.2.2.2.1 The Phantasm
1.2.2.2.2 Bats in the Belfry
1.2.3 The Hierarchy
1.3 The Free
1.3.1 Political Liberalism
1.3.2 Social Liberalism
1.3.3 Humane Liberalism
1.3.4 Postscript
2. I
2.1 Ownness
2.2. The Owner
2.2.1 My Power
2.2.2 My Intercourse
2.2.3 My Self-enjoyment
2.3 The Unique

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Comments

dendrite303
Jul 21 2017 04:17

As is to be expected, this title has already caused a stir (less for its content this time). Here is an article from an "egoist-communist" at The Conjure House (reposted at A-news: http://anarchistnews.org/content/wolfi-and-white-supremacy-what-happened-and-what-it-means and also a personal response from the translator of this tome: http://anarchistnews.org/content/open-letter-concerning-witch-hunt