What follows is a transcription of a pamphlet probably written by S.E. Parker, and published by the MAN! Group. Because it found its way into the UoE library in the last week before the United States Presidential election, we decided to post it right away. This will probably be the most timely […]
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 […]
I am personally very proud to announce that the Union of Egoists is launching another archive project website,* dedicated to one of the latter half of the 20th century’s most important Egoists: Sidney E. Parker (1929-2012). SidParker.com is a fledgeling tribute to seemigly the first person to pick Egoism back up after World War II, […]
The following is an exchange between Robert LeFevre and S.E. Parker in the pages of the latter’s publication Minus One (1963). It should be noted that this was prior to Parker completely rejecting Anarchism. Something of note is that […]
The following is excerpted from Non Serviam (1992), issue no. 22.: By Sid Parker Ernst Jünger (1895-1998) was one of the most controversial figures in twentieth-century Germany. At eighteen he ran away from home and joined the Foreign Legion. Brought back by his father, […]
UoE has an index of every issue of the New York egoist journal The Storm (1976), edited by Mark Sullivan. We transcribed the existing indexing that was done by John Zube for his Libertarian Microfiche Publishing project. Our priority is getting the information online in a presentable way, but currently we do not have a uniform […]
What follows is a 1982 advertisement for Rebel Press (UK) edition of Max Stirner’s “The Ego and Its Own,” with an introduction by Sidney E. Parker. This advertisement pulled from Libertarian Microfiche Project archives (PP 1423). You will also note that PDFs of the first two issues of Parker’s EGO (1982) have been uploaded.
Fresh in our editor’s collection of egoist ephemra are two issues of Minus One (1963), two very early issues that just happened to be missing from the Index compiled by Bernd A. Laska. The first thing I’ve done is scan the artwork on the cover of the issues, mainly because they were signed. There are some […]