Beyond the Human Condition

Jeremy Griffith

Date Published :
March 2015
Publisher :
WTM Publishing and Communications
Contributor(s) :
Tim Macartney-Snape
Illustration :
Black and White throughout text,and 10 color inserts in section breaks
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Griffith's second book that gives a detailed account of the biology underpinning his explanation of the human condition. Charles Darwin connected humans with nature but there biology has been stalled, unable to explain the dilemma of the human condition. Griffith's answer defends and dignifies humans, it lifts the burden of guilt, making possible our species' psychological rehabilitation; the real repair or ourselves and our planet.

About The Author

Jeremy Griffith 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’. ‘Transform Your Life’ is a very short but powerful condensation by Jeremy of his definitive treatise of the human condition presented in his 2016 book ‘FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition’.

A twice honored Order of Australia recipient, TIM MACARTNEY-SNAPE was the first Australian to ascend Mount Everest in 1984, a feat that was also achieved without the aid of oxygen and via a new route. He returned to Everest in 1990 when he climbed the mountain from sea level on the Bay of Bengal. Tim is a director of an outdoor equipment business, Sea to Summit, as well as a consultant to World Expeditions.


"In his book Beyond The Human Condition Jeremy Griffith makes the right emphasis when he identifies the order of the universe and its cosmic and biological evolution as the issue that brings science and religion together. Science shows an increasing complexity in order with cosmic and biological evolution but it finds no meaning to that increase in complexity. Jeremy Griffith finds that a religious vision brings an “integrative meaning” to that order. Moreover it leads him to an ethical vision of integrating love and peace. In all this he gives us a genuinely original and inspiring way of understanding ourselves and our place in the universe. His vision is one I embrace with enthusiasm and commend to all those who are searching for meaning."

- The late Professor Charles Birch, Australia's leading thinker on science and God