Men Against the State | 1970 Review | Sidney E. Parker


1946-Today, James J. Martin, Minus One, Sidney E. Parker, Western World Review

  MEN AGAINST THE STATE: THE EXPOSITORS OF INDIVIDUALIST ANARCHISM IN AMERICA 1827-1908 by James J. Martin Ralph Myles Publisher, Inc., P.O. Box 1533, Colorado Springs, Colorodo 80901 1970, 315 pp., S2.50 Reviewed by S.E. Parker, editor of MINUS ONE Reprinted from FREEDOM — 10-10-70, 84 Whitechapel High Street, London E1, England Just as no two […]

May 4, 2018

James L. Walker on Egoism in “Liberty and the Great Libertarians”


1845-1945, James L. Walker

The following excerpt is from Liberty and the Great Libertarians: an Anthology on Liberty, a Hand-book of Freedom by Charles T. Sprading. The book itself is a collection of writings by thinkers including Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, William Godwin, Wilhelm von Humboldt, John Stuart Mill, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips, Josiah Warren, Max Stirner, Henry […]

January 8, 2018

Anthony M. Ludovici’s Egoism


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Max Stirner

The Union of Egoists project tries to make a distinction between Egoism that is explicitly inspired or intellectually descended from Max Stirner, and things that are merely egoistic. There are many people who one could say were egoists, and wrote things that were perfectly egoistic, but we have to draw […]

December 18, 2017

James L. Walker’s “Liberty” writings at Libertarian Labyrinth


1845-1945

James L. Walker, who articulated his own theory of Egoism in The Philosophy of Egoism (1905), and often wrote under the name Tak Kak, was a major contributor to Benjamin Tucker’s Liberty (1881), but also contributed to other individualist/egoist journals. The website Libertarian Labyrinth has begun collecting his work on a dedicated page: http://wiki.libertarian-labyrinth.org/index.php?title=James_L._Walker If you have […]

June 7, 2016