By Albert Camus
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She was young and poorly educated, and Stirner married her probably for her housekeeping skills. Accidentally seeing her naked once, he never touched her again. She died while giving birth to a stillborn child less than a year after the marriage. In stark contrast to Butz, Marie Dähnhardt left behind Christianity and her family to live more freely in Berlin where she met Stirner at the Young Hegelians philosophy discussion group. She smoked cigars, drank beer, played billiards, and even went with the men when they visited brothels.
The risk in Stirner’s anarchism taken to its logical conclusion is that if one does away with morality, then one also does away with society. Max Stirner and Loving Egoistically 35 Undoubtedly, society also does away with the unique one, which would explain why Stirner had so few friends. In Albert Camus’ analysis of Stirner in L’Homme Revolte, he anticipates that if Stirner’s philosophy were adopted en masse, then rampant nihilists drunk on destruction would raze the world into ruins. 62 Stirner suggested that we form egoistic unions, as follows.
Nevertheless, Stirner did not end with nihilism, because he proposed, as other existential philosophers came to advise, that individuals are creative nothingnesses with the power to craft meaning where they will. Stirner ignores the immanence of death and embraces life. Without God or any higher being, entity, or ideal to serve, the only thing left for Stirner is himself: the isolated individual. Without an anchor, the unique one seeks not to discover one’s true self but to discover one’s frivolity.
L'Homme Revolte by Albert Camus