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  1. As a matter of fact, Nietzsche is a populist, he explained in simple language that there is no God, and for the people of that time the topic was close, after all, the 20th century is coming soon, technologies are moving forward at the speed of light, which is just not happening. Well, Nietzsche quietly forged a work whose theses became so famous not because of their very cleverness, but because they were close and understandable to those who read it. As for Mr. Stirner, he expressed something truly revolutionary, which has no analogues both then and now, in the same Wikipedia there is no information on Anarcho-egoism, not counting the reference to the original source “The Only One and his property”, in fact. The system of political views “Right-centrist-Left” is known, there is a coordinate system where “Liberalism-Centrism-Authoritarianism” is added to the line “L-C-P”, and the views of grandfather Stirner are considered to be a representative of the “political space”, where there is a third dimension, although it is not known what. As for other ideologies, Stirner considered them “spooks”(ghosts) that have no practical application. All this is set out in his writings, but they were not generally known, since the people of that time simply could not live without the simplest morality and other values of civilization, which are denied by anarcho-egoism. There is also anarcho-primitivism, but let's be honest, living in a cave and throwing sticks at each other is clearly easier than living in a world where everyone is for themselves and there is no concept of “Society”, even a tribal system, as such. Stirner was not an idealist, did not promise a great future, like Nietzsche, he looked at things objectively. That's about why no one followed his commandments in the past, but now people in narrow circles make a meme about him, so who knows what will happen in the future.

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