Essays, Talks, Videos & Audios
Freedom Essays (2017-2018)
Subscribers to the WTM are sent two Freedom Essays each week to learn about the fabulous new transformed world that opens up for all humans now that understanding of the human condition has been found. These essays cover all the main subjects in FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition, Jeremy Griffith’s definitive presentation on the human condition, and so provide an easy way to read FREEDOM in wonderfully illustrated bite-sized portions. You can read, print, download or listen to (as a podcast) any of these essays by clicking on the links provided at the top of each of them. Note that Freedom Essays 1–14 repeat the videos at the top of our WTM homepage.
Sir James Darling’s Vision of Fostering the Ability to Undertake the ‘Paramount’ Task of Solving the Human Condition in Order to ‘Save the World’ (2007)
This essay, by Jeremy Griffith, shows that Darling deliberately set out to educate students for the specific task of looking into and solving the human condition.
Crisis Point in the Human Journey (2007—updated April 2007 and June 2008)
An overview of humans’ resistance to the issue of the human condition. Written by Jeremy Griffith.
The Great Exodus: From the horror and darkness of the human condition (2006)
Jeremy Griffith was invited to submit an essay for publication in a book about ways to live a meaningful life that was published in mid-2006 in America. This is the version that was accepted for publication.
A Brief, 8-Step Description of the Nature of the WTM’s work (1999)
The study of the human condition is at the cutting edge of science. This 8-step description, written by Jeremy Griffith, introduces the reader to this area of study.
Geelong Grammar School Speech Day Address (1993)
By Tim Macartney-Snape.
Submission by Jeremy Griffith to Nature and New Scientist (1983)
This article was submitted to Nature magazine and New Scientist magazine on 5 December 1983.
The Launch of FREEDOM at the Royal Geographical Society, London (2016)
Jeremy Griffith’s world-saving book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition was launched at the Royal Geographical Society in London in June 2016. In an amazing dialogue, Sir Bob Geldof, who was essentially knighted for his concern for humanity, began the launch by pleading for scientists like Jeremy to save the world. Jeremy then presented that desperately needed scientific solution to the world’s problems, which is the reconciling explanation of our species’ ‘good and evil’ conflicted human condition. In the process Jeremy was also able to explain why the idealistic dogma of Sir Bob’s left-wing philosophy has actually oppressed the search for knowledge and worked against progress to enlightenment.
Significant Public Talks by Jeremy Griffith
This documents some of the significant public talks and lectures given by Jeremy, both in Australia and overseas, during the formative years of the WTM.
Website Launch (1998)
Jeremy Griffith’s speech — ‘How holism relates to the human condition.’
Professor Charles Birch’s speech — ‘The nature of holistic science and the need for social tolerance in considering such matters.’
Video And Audio
Introductory Videos and videos explaining the human condition
The Main Collection of Videos about the Human Condition include introductory material (such as the 14-Part Series of Videos at the Top of the Homepage), detailed explanation of the biology, question and answers about various topics, discussion of the transformation, and other previous discussions.
FREEDOM webinars, which began in 2015, contain both introductory material and more advanced analysis of the human condition, and so are very helpful in conveying the depth of insight into human behaviour that understanding of the human condition now makes possible.
The Human Condition Documentary
Proposed impasse-breaking documentary series on the biology of the human condition.
World Talk Radio interview with Jeremy Griffith
On 20 September 2005 Jeremy Griffith appeared on World Talk Radio, the world’s largest internet talk station based in California.