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EGO-14

Number 14 1991 STIRNER AND NIETZSCHE NOTES ON STIRNER AND NIETZSCHE S. E. Parker During the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first decade of this there was a great awakening of interest in the ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche. At the same time there began an assiduous search for his precursors. The philosopher […]

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EGO-08

EGO No. 8 1986 Archists, Anarchists and Egoists S.E.Parker “I am an anarchist! Wherefore I will not rule And also ruled I will not be.” — John Henry Mackay “What I get by force I get by force, and what I do not get by force I have no right to.” — Max Stirner In […]

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EGO-04

EGO AND SOCIETY S.E. Parker We live in the Age of Society. On every side pundits of various political and moral. hues pontificate about the “need” for a society that is “caring”, “compassionate”, “moral”, even “Christian”. They proclaim differing degrees of real or assumed fervour that “society” should or ought to do this or that […]

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NS-07

non serviam #7 Contents Editor’s Word Sidney Parker: Archists, Anarchists and Egoists Ken Knudson: A Critique of Communism and The Individualist Alternative (serial: 7) Editor’s WordSidney Parker is the editor of the Stirnerite magazine “Ego”, and is the author of the below article on “Archists, Anarchists and Egoists”. This article will be the first in […]

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EGO-09

THE EGOIST (formerly EGO) No 9 1987 Thirty Five Pence CONTROVERSY: More On Archists, Anarchists And Egoists… Comments From An Anarchist Fritz R. Ward I was not overly impressed with your article “Archists, Anarchists and Egoists” in the last issue of The Egoist. In using Clark’s definition of anarchism, which I think applies only to […]

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Stand Alone (2016)

Prospectus Stand Alone is mixed medium and format journal produced at irregular intervals. The focus is Egoism and the individuals associated with it. Produced by the Union Of Egoists, but individual issues published by different sources. “The strongest man in the world is he who stands most alone.”–Henrik Ibsen “If I’m ever to reach any understanding of myself and […]

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NS-20

non serviam #20 Contents Editor’s Word Svein Olav Nyberg: Max Stirner – the great philosopher of Egoism (Part 2 of 2) J.W. von Goethe: Vanitas! (translated by Wm. Flygare) Editor’s Word Since the first issue of non serviam saw the light of day, an interesting new list has appeared on the Internet. It is called […]

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Kunst und Religion

Art and Religion* Max Stirner translated by Lawrence Stepelevich Now, as soon as man suspects that he has another side of himself [Jenseits] within himself, and that he is not enough in his mere natural state, then he is driven on to divide himself into that which he actually is, and that which he should […]

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NS-22

non serviam #22 Contents Editor’s Word Stephen Clark: Commentary to Blaabjerg Hans Trygve Jensen: Helge Kongshaug (obituary) Sid Parker: Ernst Jünger’s Eumeswil Svein Olav Nyberg: Ken MacLeod Paul Kerin: Dice Man Editor’s Word This issue is somewhat overdue. While I was waiting for a last contribution, I suddenly became a father, and then a father […]

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NS-23

non serviam #23 Contents Editor’s Word Alexander Green: Stirner and Marx Alastair Mcleish: Against Max Stirner Editor’s Word Hegel scholar Lawrence Stepelevich stated that the Hegelian project had two possible contemporary conclusions: either the much touted and publicly tested Marxian one, or the less known and quiet individualist conclusions of Max Stirner. Either the most […]