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Max Stirner Quote: “Freedom cannot be granted. It must be taken.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Property exists by grace of the law. It is not a fact, but a legal fiction.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The divine is God’s concern; the human, man’s. My concern is neither the divine nor the human, not the true, good, just, free, etc., but solely what is mine, and it is not a general one, but is – unique, as I am unique. Nothing is more to me than myself!”
Max Stirner Quote: “Nothing is more to me than myself.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Liberty of the people is not my liberty!”
Max Stirner Quote: “The State practices “violence,” the individual must not do so. The state’s behavior is violence, and it calls its violence “law”; that of the individual, “crime”.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Whoever will be free must make himself free. Freedom is no fairy gift to fall into a man’s lap. What is freedom? To have the will to be responsible for one’s self.”
Max Stirner Quote: “If it is right for me, it is right. It is possible that it is wrong for others: let them take care of themselves!”
Max Stirner Quote: “A race of altruists is necessarily a race of slaves. A race of free men is necessarily a race of egoists.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The State calls its own violence, law; but that of the individual, crime.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The freedom of man is, in political liberalism, freedom from persons, from personal dominion, from the master; the securing of each individual person against other persons, personal freedom.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Before what is sacred, people lose all sense of power and all confidence; they occupy a powerless and humble attitude toward it. And yet no thing is sacred of itself, but by my declaring it sacred, by my declaration, my judgment, my bending the knee; in short, by my conscience.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The people’s good fortune is my misfortune!”
Max Stirner Quote: “Everything sacred is a tie, a fetter.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The object of the state is always the same: to limit the individual, to tame him, to subordinate him, to subjugate him.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The moral man is necessarily narrow in that he knows no other enemy than the immoral man. He who is not moral is immoral! and accordingly reprobate, despicable, etc. Therefore, the moral man can never comprehend the egoist.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Might is a fine thing, and useful for many purposes; for “one goes further with a handful of might than with a bagful of right.””
Max Stirner Quote: “The habit of the religious way of thinking has biased our mind so grievously that we are – terrified at ourselves in our nakedness and naturalness; it has degraded us so that we deem ourselves depraved by nature, born devils.”
Max Stirner Quote: “God sinks into dust before man.”
Max Stirner Quote: “We do not aspire to communal life but to a life apart.”
Max Stirner Quote: “He who must expend his life to prolong life cannot enjoy it, and he who is still seeking for his life does not have it and can as little enjoy it.”
Max Stirner Quote: “My power is my property. My power gives me property. My power am I myself, and through it am I my property.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Man has not really vanquished Shamanism and its spooks till he possesses the strength to lay aside not only the belief in ghosts or in spirits, but also the belief in the spirit.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Every State is a despotism, be the despot one or many.”
Max Stirner Quote: “One is not worthy to have what one, through weakness, lets be taken from him; one is not worthy of it because one is not capable of it.”
Max Stirner Quote: “It is not recognized in the full amplitude of the word that all freedom is essentially self-liberation – that I can have only so much freedom as I procure for myself by my owness.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Crimes spring from fixed ideas.”
Max Stirner Quote: “What I have in my power, that is my own. So long as I assert myself as holder, I am the proprietor of the thing.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Whoever knows how to take, to defend, the thing, to him belongs property.”
Max Stirner Quote: “The people is dead! Good-day, Self!”
Max Stirner Quote: “Now why, if freedom is striven after for love of the I after all – why not choose the I himself as beginning, middle, and end?”
Max Stirner Quote: “The young are of age when they twitter like the old; they are driven through school to learn the old song, and, when they have this by heart, they are declared of age.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Whoever is a complete person does not need to be an authority.”
Max Stirner Quote: “What matters the party to me? I shall find enough anyhow who unite with me without swearing allegiance to my flag.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Revolution is aimed at new arrangements; insurrection leads us no longer to let ourselves be arranged, but to arrange ourselves, and set no glittering hope on “institutions.”
Max Stirner Quote: “For only he who is alive is in the right.”
Max Stirner Quote: “If religion has set up the proposition that we are sinners altogether, I set over against it the other: we are perfect altogether! For we are, every moment, all that we can be; and we never need be more.”
Max Stirner Quote: “From the moment when he catches sight of the light of the world, a man seeks to find out himself and get hold of himself out of its confusion, in which he, with everything else, is tossed about in motley mixture.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Then the necessary decline of non-voluntary learning and rise of the self-assured will which perfects itself in the glorious sunlight of the free person may be somewhat expressed as follows: knowledge must die and rise again as will and create itself anew each day as a free person.”
Max Stirner Quote: “It would be foolish to assert that there is no power above mine. Only the attitude that I take toward it will be quite another than that of the religious age: I shall be the enemy of every higher power, while religion teaches us to make it our friend and be humble toward it.”
Max Stirner Quote: “I do not step shyly back from your property, but look upon it always as my property, in which I respect nothing. Pray do the like with what you call my property!”
Max Stirner Quote: “Is not all the stupid chatter of most of our newspapers the babble of fools who suffer from the fixed idea of morality, legality, christianity and so forth, and only seem to go about free because the madhouse in which they walk takes in so broad a space?”
Max Stirner Quote: “We don’t call it sin today, we call it self-expression.”
Max Stirner Quote: “He who is infatuated with Man leaves persons out of account so far as that infatuation extends, and floats in an ideal, sacred interest. Man, you see, is not a person, but an ideal, a spook.”
Max Stirner Quote: “When one is anxious only to live, he easily, in this solicitude, forgets the enjoyment of life. If his only concern is for life, and he thinks “if I only have my dear life,” he does not apply his full strength to using, i. e., enjoying, life.”
Max Stirner Quote: “If the child has not an object that it can occupy itself with, it feels ennui; for it does not yet know how to occupy itself with itself.”
Max Stirner Quote: “People is the name of the body, State of the spirit, of that ruling person that has hitherto suppressed me.”
Max Stirner Quote: “Thus the radii of all education run together into one center which is called personality.”
Max Stirner Quote: “All things are Nothing to Me.”
Max Stirner Quote: “What else was Diogenes of Sinope seeking for than the true enjoyment of life, which he discovered in having the least possible wants?”
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