- The Anarch is a metaphysical ideal figure of a sovereign individual, conceived by Ernst Jünger in his novel Eumeswil (1977).
Anarch starts out from Stirner’s conception of the unique (der Einzige), a man who forms a bond around something concrete rather than ideal.
- The Anarch is the positive counterpart of the anarchist.
I am an Anarch – not because I despise authority, but because I need it.
Likewise, I am not a nonbeliever, but a man who demands something worth believing in.
The Anarch sticks to facts, not ideas (Wiki)