Spectres of Stirner: A contemporary critique of ideology

@article{Newman2001SpectresOS,
  title={Spectres of Stirner: A contemporary critique of ideology},
  author={S. Newman},
  journal={Journal of Political Ideologies},
  year={2001},
  volume={6},
  pages={309 - 330}
}
  • S. Newman
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Political Ideologies
  • This paper examines Max Stirner's significance for contemporary theories of ideology. Stirner was one of the first to develop a radical political critique of ideology. In a time when the 'end of ideology' thesis has gained ground, both through post-structuralist and normative theories, Stirner's critique allows us to breathe new life into the concept of ideology. I will examine Stirner's logic of spectrality as a crucial counterpart to Marx's critique of ideology, arguing that this is critical… CONTINUE READING

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