REDBEARD’S ROUGH STUFF.


1845-1945, Friedrich Nietzsche, Ragnar Redbeard

To the Editor of The Truth Seeker: The Crucible, Seattle, Wash., advertised a book, “Might Is Right,” by Ragnar Redbeard, and seemed to approve of the fiendishness of Nietzsche and the frightful crimes which the Huns recently practiced as ordinary daily activities. Now The Crucible says the article (offering the […]

August 11, 2021

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


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

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 […]

April 15, 2021

Der Geist Issue 4 / Union of Egoists 5th Anniversary


Der Geist, Dora Marsden, Friedrich Nietzsche, Journals, Kevin I. Slaughter, Malfew Seklew, Max Stirner, Ragnar Redbeard, Trevor Blake

The Union of Egoists website went live early 2016 but officially announced April 1st of that year. The entire chat of February 2nd, 2016 between Trevor Blake and myself that crystalized the idea was printed at the end of Der Geist Issue 1, and titled “A Unique Conversation”, published in the following year. Der Geist […]

April 1, 2021

Holbrook Jackson reviews “The Works of Friedrich Nietzsche.”


1845-1945, Friedrich Nietzsche, Reviews

THE COMPLETE NIETZSCHE.1)“The Works of Friedrich Nietzsche.” (First complete and Authorised Translation in 18 volumes). Edited by Dr. Oscar Levy. (T. N. Foulis.THE COMPLETE NIETZSCHE.2)“The Works of Friedrich Nietzsche.” (First complete and Authorised Translation in 18 volumes). Edited by Dr. Oscar Levy. (T. N. Foulis. One cannot contemplate the completion of the English translation of […]

March 22, 2021