Please Note: IS IT TO BE Terminal Alienation or Transformation for The Human Race? is the concise, main presentation of Jeremy Griffith’s breakthrough biological synthesis on the human condition, and is the recommended access to these understandings that save the world. Jeremy Griffith’s book Freedom presents the expanded, definitive account of his insights, which means it will eventually incorporate the content of all his books and writings, including this book, Beyond The Human Condition.
Beyond The Human Condition
by Jeremy Griffith, published 1991
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Jeremy Griffith’s second book elaborates on the biology presented in his 1988 book Free: The End Of The Human Condition.
- It introduces simple illustrations and analogies to convey the core concepts.
- It examines issues such as Science & Religion, Politics, and Psychiatry.
By twice honoured Order of Australia recipient and renowned mountaineer Tim Macartney-Snape AM OAM.
Review copies of Reconciliation, an early version of Beyond The
Human Condition, were sent to all science journals
In October 1989 review copies of a booklet titled Reconciliation, which was an early version of Beyond The Human Condition, were sent to virtually all science journals around the world. Over 800 in all were sent out to science journals.
Including Emeritus Professor of Biology and Templeton Prize winner Charles Birch, and Emeritus Professor of Zoology and theologian John Morton.
203 pages • paperback • 135 x 210mm • text plus 12 pages of colour photographs, 16 pages of black and white photographs and 20 pages of cartoons, illustrations and charts
ISBN 0-646-03994-6 • Index