User talk:Itafroma

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Stirner and Nietzsche[edit]

Hi, Itafroma: I am trying to raise the issue of possible Stirner influence on the Nietzsche talk page again. I wanted to let you know, since, if you still feel that this subject should be represented, now is probably the time to join the discussion. I have contacted you here only because I have seen that you brought this issue up there before. I hope that you don't mind. --Picatrix (talk) 22:05, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

I don't know if you saw my reply to your message on my talk page, so I'm posting here. I'm working on the Nietzsche and Max Stirner article. I particularly need help with writing a section on the arguments against the idea that Stirner was influenced by Nietzsche. Any help (with citations) that you can provide would be very much appreciated. A full treatment of this point of view is critical to maintaining the neutrality of this article. Thanks! --Picatrix (talk) 14:20, 17 July 2008 (UTC)

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