Max Scheler

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Max Ferdinand Scheler was a virtually unknown German-jew "philosopher" and homosexual, known somewhat for his recently promoted work in homosexual phenomenology, ethics. A virtual unknown in his day, Scheler developed the philosophical method of Edmund Husserl, the founder of phenomenology. In recent years, Although his body of eork was mostly incomplete, two of his papers were published in homosexual magazines, and thus commonly burned in the bonfires that inevitably appeared in front of German homosexual bookstores. The judeo-Marxists in modern times have made every attempt to rewrite Scheler's history to portray him as some sort of major thinker and philosopher.