Announcing “Der Geist: The Journal of Egoism from 1845 to 1945,” Issue 3!


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Benjamin DeCasseres, Benjamin R. Tucker, Bibliographic, Book, Clarence Lee Swartz, Dora Marsden, E. Armand, Enrico Arrigoni, Events, George Schumm, Georgia Replogle, Henry Replogle, Historical Work, Idolatry, J. William Lloyd, James J. Martin, James L. Walker, John Basil Barnhill, John Beverly Robinson, Journals, Kevin I. Slaughter, Laurance Labadie, Letters, Libertarian Microfiche, Malfew Seklew, Max Stirner, News, Poetry, Ragnar Redbeard, Renzo Novatore, Reviews, Sidney E. Parker, Steven T. Byington, Thomas Common, Trevor Blake, Unionists / Sunday, February 23rd, 2020

DER GEIST, The Journal of Egoism from 1845 – 1945
VOLUME 3 NUMBER 1, ISSUE 3
Spring 2020
Paperback, 204 pages, fifteen dollars
isbn 978-1944651169
issn 2639-5339


The newest issue of Der Geist, the journal of historical Egoism, is here. Rare and unpublished works from the first century of egoism-the philosophy of Max Stirner.

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This issue of Der Geist includes rare reprints of egoist history. These include blow-by-blow accounts of Dora Marsden in her street-fighting phase, lost transcriptions of J. William Lloyd saved from the darkness by individualist feminist Wendy McElroy, the philosophical and physical wanderings of the laughing philosopher Malfew Seklew, and more. This issue of Der Geist also includes original inquiries into egoist history. These include a history of the Radical Book Shop of Chicago, and the heretofore undocumented bands of iron that link the Industrial Workers of the World (the “Wobblys”) and Ragnar Redbeard’s book Might is Right.


Sections:

  1. Dora Marsden
  2. J. William Lloyd
  3. Malfew Seklew
  4. Laurance Labadie
  5. Max Stirner
  6. Free Spirits
  7. Ragnar Redbeard