James L. Walker

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James L. Walker (1845-1904) was an American egoist anarchist. He developed a theory of egoism independent of Max Stirner, which he elaborated in The Philosophy of Egoism (1905). Walker, who often wrote under the name "Tak Kak," was a contributor to Liberty, Egoism, and other libertarian periodicals.

Works

C.L.S. on, 390 p. 2; J. Kelly on, 94 p. 7, 99 p. 7-8, 104 p. 7, 105 p. 7; Lloyd on, 119 p. 7; Prescott on, 113 p. 5; Tucker on, 77 p. 8, 113 p. 5, 158 p. 6, 386 p. 1; Weyler on, 107 p. 6; Yarros on, 182 p. 2-3, 183 p. 3, 187 p. 5-6.

C.L.S. on, 390 p. 2. See also Galveston News.

External links

  • The Philosophy of Egoism
    • html at Nonserviam.com
    • pdf at Libertarian-labyrinth.org [coming soon]
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