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Stirner, Max The only one and his own. Leipzig, Wigand, 1845. One sheet, 491 p., one sheet eight degrees. Presently printed on 4 frets with gilt RTitel and R-gilding. Nettlau, Bibl. Anarchie p. 35 - Stammhammer I, 241st - Houben I, 578th - Borst 2187th - Eisler p. 718th - Zenker p. 68 ff - Volpi p. 201th - first edition of Stirner's main work. - The most important and in Germany best known work of the old anarchism beside Godwin's "Political Justice" (1793) and Proudhons "Idee generale de la revolution" (1851). "Stirner's writing against reasonable order and moralism stands up for anarchy and the peculiarity of the individual, who resists the constraints of a generality" (Volpi). In places browned or brown-spotted. Resolves slightly glue-shaded at the corners. With a handwritten declaration of ownership on the flyleaf. First edition of the main work by Stirner. - The most important and in Germany best known work of the old anarchism beside Godwin's "Political Justice" (1793) and Proudhons "Idee generale de la revolution" (1851). - Contemporary half leather on 4 raised bands with gilt title and gild tooling on the spine. - In some places browned or brown spotted. Traces of binder's glue at the corners of the endpapers. With handwritten owner's inscription on the endpaper. *

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