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"Max Stirner's Political Spectrography" by Fabián Ludueña makes a fascinating story of the secret afterlife of Stirnerian thought in other philosophy. Basically his anti-specter thought itself becomes a kind of specter that haunts a series of philosophers after him: Nietzsche, Foucault, etc. He argues that they have read Stirner and are well aware that they are in dialogue with him, but for some reason none of the philosophers can say his name. Weird stuff.