FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition  by Jeremy Griffith


Second Edition, published in 2019, by WTM Publishing and Communications Pty Ltd (ACN 103 136 778) (www.wtmpublishing.com). First published 2016. To see the few additions that have been added in the online 2019 Second Edition of FREEDOM (none of which changed the paragraph numbers), go to www.humancondition.com/freedom-with-2019-additions-showing.


Cover design by Luke Causby/Blue Cork.

Cover image by Genevieve Salter and Jeremy Griffith.


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Edited by Fiona Cullen-Ward.

Typesetting: designed by Jeremy Griffith, set by Lee Jones & Brony FitzGerald. Font: Times; main body
text: 12pt on 15pt leading; quote: 10pt bold; quote source: 9pt; comment within a quote: 11pt; digits and
all caps text: 1-2pts smaller than body text. For further details about the typesetting, styles and layout
used in this book please view the WTM Style Guide at <www.humancondition.com/style-guide>.