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Please note that Jeremy Griffith’s 2016 book, FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition is the definitive presentation of his breakthrough biological treatise on the human condition, and along with THE Interview and Transform Your Life And Save The World, is the recommended access to these understandings that save the world. Jeremy Griffith’s book Freedom Expanded presents the expanded, comprehensive account of his insights, which means it will eventually incorporate the content of all his books and writings, including the publication below.

Free: The End Of The Human Condition

by Jeremy Griffith, published 1988

‘Free: The End of the Human Condition’ book cover
‘Free: The End of the Human Condition’ book cover

OVERVIEW

Jeremy Griffith’s first book introduces the issue of the human condition and the biological explanation for it.

It examines issues such as:

  • humanity’s development from ‘infantman’ (our ape ancestor) through ‘childman’ and ‘adolescentman’ (Homo) to today, where we are entering humanity’s adulthood stage.
  • genetic and brain refinement.
  • the role of science.

REVIEW COPIES SENT TO ALL SCIENCE JOURNALS

In March 1989 over 800 review copies of Free: The End Of The Human Condition were sent to virtually every science journal in the world. Other review copies were sent to leading scientists.

Reviewers include Emeritus Professor of Zoology and theologian John Morton

VIEW THE REVIEWS & COMMENDATIONS FOR FREE

VIEW THE MEDIA RELEASE FOR ‘FREE: THE END OF THE HUMAN CONDITION’

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  1. View The Online Version (Standard webpages)
  2. Print a copy (Instructions to print and bind a copy)
  3. Download PDF
  4. Purchase a hardcopy from Amazon

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PUBLICATION DETAILS

228 Pages • paperback • 137 x 216 mm • text plus 15 pages of illustrations and charts • ISBN 0-7316-0495-4 • Index