Georgia Replogle’s letter to Max Nettlau

1845-1945, Egoism

Georgia Replogle, publisher of the journal Egoism (1890) with her husband Henry, sent the following letter to Max Heinrich Hermann Reinhardt Nettlau (1865-1944) while he was living in London on February 4th, 1897. It was during this time that Nettlau was meeting William Morris, Errico Malatesta and Peter Kropotkin. The letter is care of the “Max Nettlau Papers“, part of the […]

November 27, 2017

Amongst Rebels, Artists, and Modernists

Benjamin DeCasseres, Max Stirner

The Ferrer School, established in 1911, became an important focus of cultural and social ferment in the years preceding the First World War. In New York City this was a period of extraordinary intellectual brilliance, in which many of the seminal ideas of the twentieth-century politics and art were being developed. Visitors to the Center […]

November 20, 2017

“Self-Maintainless Self—Female” by Henry Replogle

1845-1945, Egoism

The following was published in Georgia and Henry Replogle’s journal Egoism (1890). Volume 4, number 1 was published in September, 1897. Henry wrote a similar article for “Males” in the previous issue, previously published on this blog. Self-Maintainless Self—Female. In the way of strong weaknesses, next to man’s overpowering lonesomeness is woman’s dread of responsibility. So […]

November 6, 2017