Ben’liğin Manifestosu: Max Stirner’de İnsan ve ‘Biricik’
Bağır, İmge Tuğçe
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Max Stirner is a rarely studied figure in political philosophy. Stirner s thought stresses some of the most critical topics of political philosophy such as freedom, self, egoism, ownness, subject, and power. The aim of this study is to discuss Stirner s political thought, by reference to the ideas and debates it has been rooted and it has influenced. This study interprets key aspects of Stirner s thought such as the concepts of the human and the unique one, in a framework varying from Hegelian philosophy to poststructuralism. The major conceptual and methodological framework of Stirner s thought is introduced in the first chapter of the study. The second chapter stresses on the theoretical framework of the debate on the human and the unique one. The third chapter of the study focuses on both the critique of Stirner s thought by Feuerbach and Marx and Engels, and the influence of Stirner on anarchism and poststructuralism.