The case of the missing “h” and the Orthographische Konferenz von 1901


1845-1945, Bibliographic, Historical Work, Max Stirner

What does the “Orthographische Konferenz von 1901” have to do with Egoism? First, let wikipedia tell you what it was: At the Orthographic Conference of 1901 in Berlin (also known as the Second Orthographic Conference ), a common German orthography of all the German – speaking countries was established, which was largely based on Prussian orthography, […]

June 7, 2017

“‘Individualism’ in the Mid-Nineteenth Century”


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Bibliographic, Book, Max Stirner

David Westling comments on an article titled “‘Individualism’ in the Mid-Nineteenth Century” by Koenrad W. Swart. Swart’z article is from Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Jan. – Mar., 1962), pp. 77-90 (Published by: University of Pennsylvania Press | DOI: 10.2307/2708058 ). This article was in the archives of Egoist Archive. In an effort to get that […]

December 12, 2016

“Max Stirner’s Egoism” by John P. Clark | 1977 Review | Cienfuegos Press


Bibliographic, Book, Max Stirner, Reviews, Sidney E. Parker, Trevor Blake

This review, credited to “Individualist,” appeared in Cinfuegos Press Anarchist Review Number 2 (1977). British spellings retained from original.  – Trevor Blake Anarchism is not a doctrine of love, nonviolence or even freedom. This is a description of the society at which we are aiming. It is not for revolutionaries to idealise aims but resist […]

November 2, 2016