Max Stirner Quote: “If the child has not an…”

If the child has not an object that it can occupy itself with, it feels ennui; for it does not yet know how to occupy itself with itself.

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Name: Max Stirner
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: German
Birthday: October 25, 1806
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