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

Max Stirner and the Anarchist Black Dragon


1946-Today, Max Stirner

Terrorism by John Bosch and Carl Harp Anarchist Black Dragon Washington State Penitentiary Number 8 (February 14 1981) page 15 The idea that terrorism results from the Capitalistic sickness(es) of individualism is false. Individualism is neither a sickness nor is it a result of Capitalism. The Capitalists might talk big about the right of a […]

March 9, 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

Freewomen of New York


1845-1945, Dora Marsden, Events, Freewoman

25. 1. 1913 My Dear Mrs. [Frances Maule] Bjorkman: Your letter of Jan. 14th has just arrived & I am sending you a hasty note with the outgoing mail. [Miss Kenton’s?] letter has not yet arrived & I therefore do not know the [?] of your deliberations. I am satisfied for the moment with the […]

January 25, 2022

Minister Mocks Malfew


1845-1945, Malfew Seklew

By Walter Higgins. It was Sunday evening, about nine o’clock, in the year nineteen hundred and anything you like. The Vicar, his wife and family, together with Sir Jasper Claddon, their intimate and wealthy friend, bad just returned from church, and were about to settle down for supper. “John,” said […]

January 19, 2022