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1845-1945, Egoism, Georgia Replogle, James L. Walker, Malfew Seklew, Stand Alone

October’s “issue” of stand alone will take the series into a new format: the t-shirt. It will, however, maintain a tradition of obscurity. From today until September 21st, we will be taking pre-orders for a silk-screened limited edition shirt. We’ve designed a shirt for a nutty health journal published by Dr. John H. Tilden (1851-1940), titled […]

September 3, 2018

Egoism | 2017 Review | Reason Magazine


1845-1945, Egoism, Reviews, Stand Alone

The most famous individualist anarchist journal of 19th century America was Liberty, edited by the fiery polemicist Benjamin Tucker. But Liberty wasn’t the movement’s only periodical, and anyone interested in that period of libertarian history should welcome any chance to examine the outlets edited by figures with different sensibilities. So it’s good to see Georgia and Henry Replogle’s […]

February 16, 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

“The ‘Selfish’ Bauble” by Henry P. Replogle


Egoism

The following was published in Georgia and Henry Replogle’s journal Egoism (1890). Volume 4, number 1 was published in September, 1897. The “Selfish” Bauble. Outside of posited plumb-line Anarchism and its venereal corollaries, we get no paper in exchange that does not propose saving society by some political magic, except “Progressive Thought,” of Olathe, Kansas, an […]

December 4, 2017

Georgia Replogle’s letter to Max Nettlau


1845-1945, Egoism

Georgia Replogle, publisher of the journal Egoism (1890) with her husband Henry, sent the following letter to Max Heinrich Hermann Reinhardt Nettlau (1865-1944) while he was living in London on February 4th, 1897. It was during this time that Nettlau was meeting William Morris, Errico Malatesta and Peter Kropotkin. The letter is care of the “Max Nettlau Papers“, part of the […]

November 27, 2017

“Self-Maintainless Self—Female” by Henry Replogle


1845-1945, Egoism

The following was published in Georgia and Henry Replogle’s journal Egoism (1890). Volume 4, number 1 was published in September, 1897. Henry wrote a similar article for “Males” in the previous issue, previously published on this blog. Self-Maintainless Self—Female. In the way of strong weaknesses, next to man’s overpowering lonesomeness is woman’s dread of responsibility. So […]

November 6, 2017

“Self-Entertainless Self—Male” by Henry P. Replogle


1845-1945, Egoism

The following was published in Georgia and Henry Replogle’s journal Egoism (1890). Volume 4, number 1 was published in September, 1897. Henry wrote a follow up on “Females” in the next issue, to be published on this blog next week. Self-Entertainless Self—Male. Probably the strongest weakness of man is his shameless lonesomeness. What of energy and […]

October 30, 2017