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He taught me to value myself.
I think his book " The unique and his property" is one of the best books about individualism. Very extreme in his approach but there's certainly a truth in what he is thinking and writing. Many people think that is approach is close to egoism but if you read it closely he makes the difference between that thin line.
One of the few thinkers who understood the real nature of mankind and therefor one who rejected many ethic-theories. His writing and thinking was of a great influence for anarchists like Proudhon, Bakoenin, Malatesta and many others.
Absolute idealism. Thinking is before material things. Produce anything material is first thinking of producing something that is material. His dialectic theorie ( influenced by Plato ) works for many questions ( A these, A anti-these and the synthese).
Not a philosopher. An outstanding writer with opinions about the power of bureaucracy against the powerless individual ( his book "The process" ) but besides his opinions that he wrote, he never took or worked out a philosophic theory that would change his views. An exeptional writer with a lot of complexity but not concidered as a philosopher.
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