The newest issue of Der Geist, the journal of historical Egoism, is here. Rare and unpublished works from the first century of egoism-the philosophy of Max Stirner.
This issue of Der Geist includes rare reprints of egoist history. These include blow-by-blow accounts of Dora Marsden in her street-fighting phase, lost transcriptions of J. William Lloyd saved from the darkness by individualist feminist Wendy McElroy, the philosophical and physical wanderings of the laughing philosopher Malfew Seklew, and more. This issue of Der Geist also includes original inquiries into egoist history. These include a history of the Radical Book Shop of Chicago, and the heretofore undocumented bands of iron that link the Industrial Workers of the World (the “Wobblys”) and Ragnar Redbeard’s book Might is Right.
DER GEIST, The Journal of Egoism from 1845 – 1945 VOLUME 3 NUMBER 1, ISSUE 3
Paperback, 204 pages, fifteen dollars isbn 978-1944651169 issn 2639-5339
The newest issue of Der Geist, the journal of historical Egoism, is here. Rare and unpublished works from the first century of egoism-the philosophy of Max Stirner. Unique translations of Stirner into English; significant archives of egoism rescued from the ash heap of history; blood and thunder from Friedrich Nietzsche complimented by the laughing philosophy of Malfew Seklew; pioneering publishers Dora Marsden and Benjamin R. Tucker; the controversies of Anthony Ludovici and the insights of Benjamin DeCasseres. All this and more in the second issue of Der Geist, published on the 211th anniversary of the birth of Max Stirner.
DER GEIST, The Journal of Egoism from 1845 – 1945 VOLUME 2 NUMBER 1, ISSUE 2
Paperback, 188 pages, fifteen dollars isbn 978-1-944651-11-4 issn 2639-5339
“Old Mad Max is back with a vengeance! The first issue Der Geist is a tight cluster of time bombs, many of which have been quietly ticking away in forgotten corners for more than a century, only to erupt now and blast away the fog that drapes a modern reader’s mind. The philosophy of Egoism—also known as Individualist Anarchism—was first kindled by the German firebrand Max Stirner in the mid nineteenth century. Stirner’s uncompromising ideas attracted a colorful band of fellow travelers in Europe and America before being edged out by the shabby collectivist ideologies that claim to represent liberation, but always end in moraline ghettoes of groupthink at best, or homicidal slave-states at worst. Der Geist unveils a secret history of self-sovereignty that is as incendiary as it is inspirational.”
DER GEIST (Trevor Blake, editor) is an English-language journal for an international audience, publishing original scholarship on the philosophy of egoism. The journal is descriptive of the first century of egoism in print (from the 1845 publication of Der Einzige und sein Eigentum by Max Stirner to the end of 1945), not prescriptive in advocacy egoism. The inaugural issue includes an exclusive biography of Dora Marsden, lost essays by and about Malfew Seklew, and a newly discovered first photograph of Ragnar Redbeard.
DER GEIST is the permanent record of UnionOfEgoists.com, founded on 1 April 2016 by Kevin I. Slaughter and Trevor Blake. UnionOfEgoists.com has published hundreds of pages of rare historic egoist texts and will be publishing thousands more.
Scholarly interest in the egoism of Stirner, Marsden, Redbeard, Seklew and their peers (including Benjamin DeCasseres) has a new and unique home in DER GEIST.
DER GEIST, The Journal of Egoism from 1845 – 1945 VOLUME 1 NUMBER 1 WINTER 2017 (Published 25 October 2017)
Paperback, 160 pages,fifteen dollars ISBN 978-1-944651-08-5