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I got a little way into the podcasts, maybe the device I use is not ideal, podcast stall, slow, technophobia, anyway, I know enough about Stirner to not over-intellectualize his ideas, one has to actually "feel" the emotional content of the freedom package he is presenting to us. During the era of the Enlightenment other thinkers like Nietzsche and Schopenhauer had attacked traditional belief systems by referring to the infant's pre-philosophical consciousness and the natural tendencies towards social equilibrium which exists before religious and moral indoctrination. Know thyself intimately or become enslaved.
As one commenter said crudely it is good to be illiterate and a novice in the field of technical aesthetics, true up to the point where starvation and death persuade one to create skills to dominate ones personal space and the doorways traversing it.