“The Myth of Natural Rights” Expanded & Revised


1946-Today, Book, Kevin I. Slaughter

Nine-Banded Books and Underworld Amusements are pleased to announce the release of a massively expanded edition of L.A. Rollins’ The Myth of Natural Rights. Available from: Amazon.com | Nine-Banded Books | Underword Amusements Marked by an incisive moral skepticism seldom encountered in libertarian discourse, Rollins’ original 1985 tract presented a blistering critique of one of the central tenets of the liberal  ⁠— and libertarian […]

August 19, 2019

Manly P. Hall name-drops Ragnar Redbeard, 1927


1845-1945, Ragnar Redbeard

  Q. Based upon the purely physical aspects of evolution, the materialist has formulated as the basis of ethics the law of the survival of the physically fittest. From a similar observation of intellectual processes and accomplishments, the intellectualist has enunciated the doctrine of the survival of the intellectually fittest. Is it not a fact, […]

August 18, 2019

SA1120 | Max Stirner Versus Karl Marx | Philip Breed Dematteis


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Book, Max Stirner, Stand Alone

Max Stirner Versus Karl Marx: Individuality and the Social Organism Philip Breed Dematteis 6 x 9″, 190 pages, perfect bound STAND ALONE SA1120 Available from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, or Underworld Amusements The Union of Egoists is very pleased to release this new, authorized edition. Individuality And The Social Organism: The Controversy Between Max Stirner Versus Karl […]

August 1, 2019

Wilson’s Blogmanac on Australian Radicals


1845-1945, Ragnar Redbeard, Trevor Blake

JA Andrews, forgotten Australian radical intellectual 1865 JA Andrews (John Arthur Andrews; Jack Andrews; d. 1903), Australian anarchist writer and pamphleteer, probably the most important of the group which came together in the Melbourne Anarchist Club. Henry Lawson knew him (c. 1892) when Andrews was 27 and campaigning in Sydney (for which he ended up […]

July 2, 2019

UoE Interview: Svein Olav Nyberg


1946-Today, i-studies, non serviam

Mr. Nyberg, could you briefly tell us your definition of Egoism? What authors have inspired your writing? My direct inspirations have been few. Perhaps only Max Stirner should be mentioned, since I more or less considered myself a disciple of his in my active years. But there have been […]

June 13, 2019