1845-1945, Benjamin R. Tucker, Friedrich Nietzsche, George Schumm, Letters, Max Stirner, Steven T. Byington

Benjamin R. Tucker on Nietzsche and the War, making a braille edition of Stirner for Hellen Keller.

October 2, 1914 London Dear Mr Schumm: I have heard from the Hetzels (as indeed you have written me yourself) that you think me mistaken regarding Nietzsche’s responsibility for the war. I enclose a letter from Wm. Archer to Gerhardt Hauptmann, showing that not only archer, but Hauptmann himself, takes my view. How do you […]

1845-1945, 1946-Today, Historical Work, Max Stirner

John Henry Mackay’s 1927 introduction to Der Einzige…

Readers should know that John Henry Mackay single-handedly saved Max Stirner from the dustbins of history, and part of that was writing the only book-length biography of Stirner titled Max Stirner: sein Leben und sein Werk (1898, 1910, 1914).  It was Hubert Kennedy who, in 2005, published the first and only translation of that biography as Max Stirner: […]

1845-1945, 1946-Today, Book, Kevin I. Slaughter, Max Stirner, Sidney E. Parker, Stand Alone, Trevor Blake

SA1090 | Protagoras. Nietzsche. Stirner.: Expositors of Egoism | Benedict Lachmann

Protagoras, Nietzsche, Stirner: Expositors of Egoism by Benedict Lachmann translated by Edward Mornin foreword by Kevin I. Slaughter appendix by Trevor Blake Stand Alone SA1090 Available at Amazon.com or Barnes & Nobles or Underworld Amusements Finally, the 1985 translation of Benedict Lachmann’s 1914 work on Egoism has been published, after being lost for 33 years. […]