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Forside 1806 Max Stirner and "Die Freien". "Die Freien" was a 19th-century circle of political philosophers in Germany, gathering for informal discussion over a period of a few years. From left: Arnold Ruge, Ludwig Bühl, Carl Nauwerck, Bruno Bauer, Otto Wigand, Edgar Bauer, Max Stirner, Eduard Meyen, three unknown persons, Karl Friedrich Köppen. Sketch drawn by Friedrich Engels circa 1842 with Max Stirner smoking at the table. Public Domain.

Max Stirner and “Die Freien”. “Die Freien” was a 19th-century circle of political philosophers in Germany, gathering for informal discussion over a period of a few years. From left: Arnold Ruge, Ludwig Bühl, Carl Nauwerck, Bruno Bauer, Otto Wigand, Edgar Bauer, Max Stirner, Eduard Meyen, three unknown persons, Karl Friedrich Köppen. Sketch drawn by Friedrich Engels circa 1842 with Max Stirner smoking at the table. Public Domain.

Max Stirner. From drawing by Friedrich Engels, on 1841. Public Domain.

Max Stirner and “Die Freien”. “Die Freien” was a 19th-century circle of political philosophers in Germany, gathering for informal discussion over a period of a few years. From left: Arnold Ruge, Ludwig Bühl, Carl Nauwerck, Bruno Bauer, Otto Wigand, Edgar Bauer, Max Stirner, Eduard Meyen, three unknown persons, Karl Friedrich Köppen. Sketch drawn by Friedrich Engels circa 1842 with Max Stirner smoking at the table. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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