SA1055 | Max Stirner’s Egoism and Nihilism | Larry Alan Schiereck


1946-Today, Max Stirner, Stand Alone

16th issue of the egoist journal “Stand Alone”. Max Stirner’s Egoism and Nihilism by Larry Alan Schiereck 72 pages, 6″ x 9″, Perfect bound Order: Amazon.com, Underworld Amusements During the early 1970s a “revival” took place of the philosophy of Max Stirner, born Johann Caspar Schmidt (1806-1856), whose book Der Einzige und Sein Eigentum has been called […]

February 5, 2018

“The American transcendentalists seem like pantywaists by comparison…” | 2017 Review | Chip Smith


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Book, Egoism, James L. Walker, Kevin I. Slaughter, Max Stirner, Reviews

Egoism: The First Two Volumes 1890-1892 A review by Chip Smith Despite the marginal influence of Max Stirner, the intellectual and cultural milieu of late 19th century egoism has received little scholarly attention to date. This is a shame because the early egoists exposited a unique and radical vision of human autonomy — peppered with anarchist, […]

January 19, 2018

“Old Mad Max is back with a vengeance!” | 2017 Review | Michael Moynihan


Benjamin DeCasseres, Book, Clarence Lee Swartz, Der Geist, Dora Marsden, James L. Walker, John Basil Barnhill, Kevin I. Slaughter, Malfew Seklew, Max Stirner, Ragnar Redbeard, Reviews, Steven T. Byington, Trevor Blake

Der Geist: The Journal of Egoism from 1845 to 1945 a review by Michael Moynihan, author of Lords of Chaos Available from Amazon.com or Underworld Amusements. “Old Mad Max is back with a vengeance! The first issue Der Geist is a tight cluster of time bombs, many of which have been quietly ticking away in forgotten corners for […]

December 22, 2017

Anthony M. Ludovici’s Egoism


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Max Stirner

The Union of Egoists project tries to make a distinction between Egoism that is explicitly inspired or intellectually descended from Max Stirner, and things that are merely egoistic. There are many people who one could say were egoists, and wrote things that were perfectly egoistic, but we have to draw […]

December 18, 2017

Amongst Rebels, Artists, and Modernists


Benjamin DeCasseres, Max Stirner

The following excerpts referencing Benjamin DeCasseres comes from The Modern School Movement by Paul Avrich (1980), a comprehensive study of Francisco Ferrer and The Modern School, a fascinating book. The Ferrer School, established in 1911, became an important focus of cultural and social ferment in the years preceding the First World War. In New York […]

November 20, 2017