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I just read a brief but interesting piece on the relationship between Stirner and Marx, and the relationship between Stirner and Nietzsche.

It seems more than plausible that Marx's Feuerbach-Smith-synthesis—historical materialism—was provoked by Stirner.

And I fully agree that Stirner, as a kind of normative post-Hegel Hume, is a far more potent thinker than Nietzsche, the pious atheist—at least based on what I have read by Nietzsche.