Difficult to underestimate the influence of e.g. Nietzsche, but has anyone done the same with Stirner?
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Stirner has not been totally neglected. Five texts come to mind :
Max Stirner, The Ego and His Own: The Case of the Individual Against Authority. Translated by Steven Byington. Mineóla, NY: Dover Publications, Inc., 2005.
Jeffrey H. Barker, Individualism and Community: The State in Marx and Early Anarchism. New York : Greenwood Press, 1986. [Particular attention paid to Stirner.]
Diederik Dettmeijer, Max Stirner, Published by Paris L Age d Homme 1979 (1979). [French text]
J. Carroll, Max Stirner: The Ego and His Own (London, 1971).
R. W.K. Paterson, The Nihilistic Egoist (Oxford, 1971).
Also Marx counts because his critique of 'Saint Max' in The German Ideology is an attack on Stirner. Stirner survives through Marx whose work is still widely read, of course.