Announcing Der Geist: The Journal of Egoism from 1845 to 1945, Issue 2


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Benjamin DeCasseres, Benjamin R. Tucker, Bibliographic, Book, Clarence Lee Swartz, Der Geist, Dora Marsden, Egoism, Émile Armand, Enrico Arrigoni, George Schumm, Georgia Replogle, Henry Replogle, Historical Work, J. William Lloyd, James J. Martin, James L. Walker, John Basil Barnhill, John Beverly Robinson, Kevin I. Slaughter, Laurance Labadie, Malfew Seklew, Max Stirner, Minus One, Ragnar Redbeard, Renzo Novatore, Sidney E. Parker, Steven T. Byington, The Eagle and The Serpent, The New En Marge, Thomas Common, Trevor Blake

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 Rare and unpublished works from the first century of egoism-the philosophy of Max Stirner. Unique translations of Stirner into English; significant archives of egoism rescued from the ash heap of history; blood and thunder from Friedrich Nietzsche complimented by the laughing philosophy of […]

October 25, 2018

In Front of the Party was Miss Dora Marsden


1845-1945, Dora Marsden, Events, Trevor Blake

DESPERATE SUFFRAGETTES. RAID ON THE COMMONS. LANCASHIRE LADIES ARRESTED. DESPERATE SUFFRAGETTES. RAID ON THE COMMONS. LANCASHIRE LADIES ARRESTED. Members the National Women’s Social and Political Union assembled in large numbers at a “Parliament for Women” at Caxton Hall, Westminster, yesterday, in readiness for another attempt to interview the Prime Minister on the question of women’s […]

August 1, 2018

Bondwoman by Dora Marsden


1845-1945, Dora Marsden, Freewoman

The Freewoman: No. 1, Vol. 1, November 23, 1911. by Dora Marsden are distinguished from Freewomen by a spiritual distinction. are the women who are not spiritual entities – who are not individuals. They are complements merely. By habit of thought, by form of activity, and largely by preference, they round off […]

January 24, 2018