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Beyond The Human Condition

 

Page 191 of
Print Edition
The World Transformation Movement

 

Please Note: The WORLD TRANSFORMATION MOVEMENT was formed in 1983 under the
name Centre for Humanity’s Adulthood (CHA). In 1991 the CHA was incorporated as a
non-profit organisation and re-named the Foundation for Humanity’s Adulthood (FHA),
which in 2009 became the WORLD TRANSFORMATION MOVEMENT (WTM).
With the finding of understanding of the human condition, humanity is
transformed from insecure adolescence to secure adulthood.

 

(for more details about the WTM visit www.worldtransformation.com)

 

The World Transformation Movement (WTM) developed from the Foundation for Humanity’s Adulthood (FHA), which was founded in 1983 to promote the biological explanation of the human condition. In particular the WTM recognises the work put forward by Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith in his books Free: The End Of The Human Condition, published in 1988, and now Beyond The Human Condition (all of these books, as well as Jeremy’s more recent publications, are freely available to be read and/or printed at <www.worldtransformation.com/publications>). The aim of the WTM, as stated in its memorandum of association, is to ‘bring forward understanding of the human condition and through doing that ameliorate that condition’. The WTM is registered as a charity in NSW, Australia, and is a company limited by guarantee.

In a world in crisis the need for this dignifying understanding of our species is clear yet the profoundness of the ideas makes even their consideration difficult. The task before us is immense.

Our immediate objectives are to attract scientific interest in the ideas, publish Beyond The Human Condition internationally, produce explanatory videos and a television documentary, develop study courses and establish wilderness schools (the natural environment is the ideal setting in which to introduce these concepts). In addition elaborations of these ideas need to be edited and published, subscribers and supporters catered for and our counselling services expanded.

Currently our project is funded by subscriptions and book sales, but further funding is needed. We are especially looking to the strong, rational business community for support.

Taking humanity beyond the human condition will require the help of everyone. If you are able to assist in this vital pioneering stage please contact the WTM.

 

 

Tim Macartney-Snape

(A Founding Director and Patron).