Han Ryner

(1861 - 1938)

Biography :

Jacques Élie Henri Ambroise Ner (7 December 1861 – 6 February 1938), also known by the pseudonym Han Ryner, was a French individualist anarchist philosopher and activist and a novelist. He wrote for publications such as L'Art social, L'Humanité nouvelle, L'Ennemi du Peuple, L'Idée Libre de Lorulot; and L'En dehors and L'Unique of fellow anarchist individualist Émile Armand. His thought is mainly influenced by stoicism and epicureanism.

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Works :

Author of Anti-patriotism (November 30, 1933)

Author of Mini-Manual of Individualism (November 30, 1904)

Author of Old Man Diogenes (November 30, 1919)

Author of On Individualism (November 30, 1912)

Author of The Revolt of the Machines (August 31, 1896)

Author of Ten Minutes at Han Ryner’s (March 31, 1923)

Author of What An Individual Is (November 30, 1918)

Chronology :

December 07, 1861 : Han Ryner's Birth Day.
January 31, 1938 : Han Ryner's Death Day.
April 21, 2020 : Han Ryner's Added to http://www.RevoltLib.com.

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