SA1230 | Immorality as a Philosophic Principle | Paul Carus |


1845-1945, Clarence Lee Swartz, Friedrich Nietzsche, Max Stirner, Ragnar Redbeard, Steven T. Byington

Paul Carus (1852 – 1919) was a philosopher and after moving to America from Germany became the editor of the Open Court publishing company where he was editor of The Monist, a philosophy journal still being published today. Carus’ specialty was in the field of comparative religion, and referred to himself as “an atheist who loved God” and was a […]

July 6, 2022

“Individualism and Property,” a letter to the Editor of Freedom by Mildred J. Loomis, 1965


1946-Today, Laurance Labadie, Mildred Loomis

Dear Editors, I welcome the attempt to distinguish between individualist and communist anarchism, but so far the discussions in your paper have been too general. They spend too much time on generalities—on whether an individualist anarchist lacks altruism and whether the communist anarchist needs more self-expression, etc., etc. I’m wondering […]

May 30, 2022

Union of Egoists Sixth Anniversary


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The Union of Egoists website was announced April 1st of 2016 with the release of Max Stirner Bibliography by Trevor Blake. Happy anniversary to the royal Us. The idea for this site and much else was crystalized in a chat of February 2nd, 2016 between Trevor Blake and Kevin I. Slaughter. This chat was printed […]

April 1, 2022

SA1225 | Max Stirner and the Philosophy of the Individual | Leo Markun & Jason Ramsay-Brown


1845-1945, Max Stirner, Stand Alone

Leo Markun provides a strong introduction to the history, life, and philosophy of Johann Caspar Schmidt, known professionally as Max Stirner, the father of Egoism. This long essay was first released in 1925 as part of the Little Blue Book series by the prolific publisher Emanuel Haldeman-Julius (1889-1951). Available from Underworld Amusements This booklet was […]

March 24, 2022

“I” a poem by Enrique Magon


1845-1945, Poetry

  I Enrique Magon Conditions would crush me, Dull dunces would hush me, If I were not I. The world would enchain me, Each fool would restrain me, If I were not I. Dear friends would ignore me And blockheads would bore me Until I should die; But I know the rabble, Their rant […]

March 23, 2022

Enrico Arrigoni Bibliography


1946-Today, Bibliographic, Book, Enrico Arrigoni

  Adventures in the Country of the Monoliths: or, The Country Where Liberty Has Been Buried Arrigoni, Enrico New York: Libertarian Book Club, 1981 Paperback. 269p., wraps, 5.5×8.25 inches Canary yellow wraps, interior professionally typeset. Libertarian Book Club on cover and title page. Address given for LBC as “Box 842, […]

March 2, 2022

Australian Socialist drinking club whoops it up singing the Marseillaise, and songs by Arthur Desmond and J.A. Andrews…


1845-1945, Historical Work, Ragnar Redbeard

The Hegemony Club was one of many turn-of-the-century socialist groups in Australia. Teri Merlyn, in their “Writing Revolution”, lists the following: Tocsin Clubs, The Victorian Socialist’s League, the Victorian Labour Federation, the Labour Church, the Women’s Political and Social Crusade, a Yarra Bank Propaganda Group, the Richmond Working Men’s Clubs, the Knights of Labour and […]

February 23, 2022

Announcing “Der Geist” journal Issue 5, Spring 2022


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Bibliographic, Der Geist, Dora Marsden, Friedrich Nietzsche, Georgia Replogle, Historical Work, Kevin I. Slaughter, Malfew Seklew, Max Stirner, News, Ragnar Redbeard, Sidney E. Parker, Steven T. Byington, Thomas Common, Trevor Blake

Der Geist issue 5 is now available! That creates a total of 930 pages of egoism from 1845 to 1945, with “lost” works reprinted, new or lost translations in every issue, rare photos and […]

February 17, 2022