>From: "Clint O'Dell" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Reforming Education
>Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 15:33:17 MDT
>>From: "phil osborn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Phil Osborn wrote:
>>I would tend to hope that someone would read Rand before Stirner, so that
>>they could absorb the good things he had to say without getting lost in
>I can't believe it. For the past few years since I came up with my
>philosophy of selfism it seems to be I'm not the only one. How could it
>happen that I never noticed the names of Ayn Rand, Stirner, Adams, Anton
>Levay until recently? Completely uninfluenced by these people I wonder how
>closely I've come to their philosophies. Except for levay, I know his
>philosophies inside and out because the Satanic Bible was the first thing I
>ever read on selfism, who would you recomend for a summory of most of the
>different philosophies and applications of selfism?
Don't know of any myself. The various proponents of selfism have not, until fairly recently, been popularly accepted nor given academic respect.