by Jeremy Griffith, with an Introduction by Professor Harry Prosen, former president of the Canadian Psychiatric Association

FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition

The Book That
Saves The World

‘I think the fastest growing realization everywhere is that humanity can’t go on the way it is going. Indeed, the great fear is we’re entering end game where we appear to have lost the race between self-destruction and self-discovery—the race to find the psychologically relieving understanding of our ‘good and evil’-afflicted human condition.

WELL, ASTONISHING AS IT IS, THIS BOOK BY AUSTRALIAN BIOLOGIST JEREMY GRIFFITH PRESENTS THE 11TH HOUR BREAKTHROUGH BIOLOGICAL EXPLANATION OF THE HUMAN CONDITION NECESSARY FOR THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION AND TRANSFORMATION OF OUR SPECIES!

What this book of books, in fact this greatest of all books, does is take humanity from a state of bewilderment about the nature of human behavior and existence to a state of profound understanding of our lives—understanding that drains away all the pain, suffering, confusion and conflict from the world. This is it — THE BOOK THAT SAVES THE WORLD!’

 

PROFESSOR HARRY PROSEN,

former President of the Canadian Psychiatric Association

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While ‘FREEDOM’ will be available for purchase in bookshops and on Amazon in mid-2015, the world-saving insights it contains are so important it must be made accessible and immediately available to all people, which is why it is, and will always remain;

 

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FROM THE COVER FLAPS OF ‘FREEDOM’:

Why do we thinking, rational, immensely clever, supposedly sensible beings behave so ruthlessly, competitively and selfishly that human life has become all but unbearable and we have nearly destroyed our own planet? Are we a flawed species, some sort of evolutionary mistake, fundamentally worthless beings — or are we possibly the absolute heroes of the story of life on Earth? How are we to make sense of the awesome contradictions of the human condition? Yes, how are we to truly understand ourselves — because without redeeming, biological understanding there can be no real peace for the human mind, no basis for the much-needed psychological rehabilitation and maturation of the human race.

Venturing, however, into the heart of darkness of this most foreboding of all frontiers for the human mind of the issue of self, the issue of what the human condition really is, has been a near impossible task. When the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote, ‘O the mind, mind has mountains; cliffs of fall, frightful, sheer, no-man-fathomed’, he was acknowledging how fearfully depressing the issue of the human condition has been for virtually all humans, and why, therefore, our condition has never been truthfully ‘fathomed’ — ‘truthfully’ because innumerable explanations have been put forward for the human condition, but none have genuinely confronted and, by so doing, solved the human condition.

But no longer is this the case, because Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith has been able to venture right to the bottom of the dark depths of what it is to be human and return with the fully accountable, true explanation of our seemingly imperfect lives. At long last we have the redeeming and thus transforming understanding of human behaviour! And with that explanation found all the other great outstanding scientific mysteries about our existence are now also able to be truthfully explained — of the meaning of our existence, of the origin of our unconditionally selfless moral instincts, and of why we humans became conscious when other animals haven’t. Yes, the full story of life on Earth can finally be told — and all of these incredible breakthroughs and insights are presented here in this ‘greatest of all books’.

 

 

About the Author

 

Jeremy Griffith (1945-) is an Australian biologist who has dedicated his life to bringing fully accountable, biological understanding to the dilemma of the human condition — the underlying issue in all human life of our species’ extraordinary capacity for what has been called ‘good’ and ‘evil’. Read more about Jeremy Griffith.

ADDITIONAL ACCLAIM FOR JEREMY GRIFFITH’S TREATISE:

 

‘Nothing Dr. Prosen has said about the immense importance of this book is an exaggeration. This is the book all humans need to read for our collective wellbeing.’

 

SCOTT D. CHURCHILL,

Professor and former Chair, Psychology Department, University of Dallas

‘The sequence of discussion in ‘FREEDOM’ is so logical and sensible, providing the necessary breakthrough in the critical issue of needing to understand ourselves.’

 

DR DAVID CHIVERS,

primatologist and former President of the Primate Society of Great Britain

 

‘This book is actually written from a position outside of the human condition. It is just amazing; Griffith walks freely through all the psychosis of our troubled human condition and with such freedom is able to explain everything about us!’

 

TIM MACARTNEY-SNAPE,

biologist, mountaineer and twice-honoured Order of Australia recipient

 

‘You never forget the moment when you realise this really does explain the human condition.’

 

BRIAN CARLTON,

journalist, commentator and broadcaster

 

‘Frankly, I am ‘blown away’ as the saying goes…The ground-breaking significance of this work is tremendous.’

 

PATRICIA GLAZEBROOK,

Professor and Chair of Philosophy

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘It might help bring about a paradigm shift in the self-image of humanity – an outcome that in the past only the great world religions have achieved.’

 

MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI,

Professor of Psychology and author of ‘Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience’

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘I am simply overwhelmed…I find it astonishing and impressive.’

 

JOSEPH CHILTON PEARCE,

author of ‘Magical Child’

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘Could you please send me an extra copy of your book? [Mine] is on loan because it was so appreciated.’

 

The late SIR LAURENS VAN DER POST,

pre-eminent philosopher and author

(Response to ‘Free: The End of the Human Condition’, 1988)

 

 

‘a superb book…[that] brings out the truth of a new and wider frontier for humankind, a forward view of a world of humans no longer in naked competition amongst ourselves.’

 

The late JOHN MORTON,

Professor of Zoology

(Response to ‘A Species In Denial’, 2003)

 

 

‘The proposal is indeed impressive.’

 

DR ROGER LEWIN,

prize-winning science writer and author

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘I have never heard of anything comparable before.’

 

FRIEDEMANN SCHRENK,

Professor of Paleoanthropology

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘This is a most amazing project. It is strongly interdisciplinary, visionary and forward-looking.’

 

MARC BEKOFF,

Professor of Organismic Biology

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘[Professor Hawking] is most interested in your impressive proposal.’

 

STEPHEN HAWKING,

world-leading physicist

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘I consider the book to be the work of a prophet and I expect the author to become recognised as a saint.’

 

The late DR RONALD STRAHAN,

former director of Sydney’s Taronga Park Zoo

(Response to ‘Free: The End of the Human Condition’, 1988)

 

 

‘A genuinely original and inspiring way of understanding ourselves’

 

The late CHARLES BIRCH,

Templeton Prize winner and Professor of Biology

(Response to ‘Beyond The Human Condition’, 1991)

 

 

‘I believe you are on to getting answers to much that has puzzled and bewildered humanity for a long time.’

 

DR IAN PLAYER,

conservationist, naturalist and philosopher

(Response to ‘A Species In Denial’, 2003)

 

 

‘The insights and ideas are fascinating and pertinent and must be developed and disseminated.’

 

DR GEORGE SCHALLER,

zoologist and author

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘A breakthrough in understanding the human condition.’

 

DR JOHN CHAMPNESS,

psychologist and educator

(Response to ‘A Species In Denial’, 2003)

 

 

‘very impressive. I particularly enjoyed the primatology section.’

 

DR STEPHEN OPPENHEIMER,

geneticist and author of ‘Out of Eden’

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)

 

 

‘Questions of the size you raise tend to stagger me (as they do most people) into silence…What you’re doing is admirable.’

 

IAN FRAZIER,

bestselling author of ‘Great Plains’ and ‘Travels in Siberia’

(Response to ‘The Human Condition Documentary Proposal’, 2004)