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Deleuze and Anarchism$
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Chantelle Gray van Heerden and Aragorn Eloff

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781474439077

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474439077.001.0001

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Deleuze and Stirner: Ties, Tensions and Rifts

Deleuze and Stirner: Ties, Tensions and Rifts

(p.120) Chapter 7 Deleuze and Stirner: Ties, Tensions and Rifts
Deleuze and Anarchism

Elmo Feiten

Edinburgh University Press

In this chapter, the author demonstrates the potential that a combination of Deleuze and Stirner holds for (post)anarchism. A critical reading of Deleuze’s depiction of Stirner in his work on Nietzsche opens up the possibility of combining their thought. The comparative analysis of Deleuze and Stirner goes beyond the work of Saul Newman and draws on Gabriel Kuhn’s application of schizo-revolutionary thought and minoritarian becoming to an anarchist, anti-fascist mode of existence, highlighting the strong links to Stirner’s creative nothingness and the self-dissolving, never-being ego.

Keywords:   Max Stirner, State power, subjectivity, spook, Nietzsche

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