Since 1975 Jeremy has spent the first, often pre-dawn, hours of each day thinking and writing about the human condition, the result of that dedication being a collection of articles and books about the human condition, notably his 1983 submissions to Nature and New Scientist magazines; Free: The End Of The Human Condition (published in 1988); Beyond The Human Condition (1991); A Species In Denial (2003), which was a bestseller in Australia and New Zealand; The Great Exodus: From the horror and darkness of the human condition (2006); Freedom Expanded (2009); The Book of Real Answers to Everything! (2011), and FREEDOM: The End of the Human Condition and its short companion booklet Transform Your Life and Save the World (both 2016). In 2017, Jeremy commenced work on the Freedom Essay Series, an ongoing collection of essays (and videos) that cover all the main subjects in FREEDOM in wonderfully illustrated bite-sized portions. In 2020 he wrote How Laurens Van Der Post Saved The World, and recorded the one-hour video interview with Craig Conway on the human condition, the transcript of which is provided in the booklet THE Interview. Since Critical Theory wasn’t taking hold in society when FREEDOM was published, in 2021 Jeremy wrote Death by Dogma as a companion book for both FREEDOM and THE Interview to explain the extreme danger Marxist Critical Theory presents. In 2022 Jeremy made two important video presentations, the transcripts of which are provided in the booklets The Great Guilt that causes the Deaf Effect and The Shock Of Change that understanding the human condition brings. In 2023, Jeremy and others made the video presentation and subsequent book, The Great Transformation: How understanding the human condition actually transforms the human race; Jeremy also began work on two new books, Therapy For The Human Condition, and Our Meaning, both of which are being made available as new sections are written.
Jeremy’s work has attracted the support of such eminent scientists in the field as Australia’s Templeton Prize-winning biologist Professor Charles Birch and New Zealand’s then foremost zoologist Professor John Morton, as well as other distinguished thinkers such as Sir Laurens van der Post. A proposal to make a documentary about the human condition, The Human Condition Documentary Proposal, which Jeremy wrote the synopses for, also received over 100 endorsements from many of the world’s leading scientists and thinkers, including professors Stephen Hawking and Nobel Laureate Charles H. Townes. See commendations for Jeremy’s work here.
Jeremy’s books are published and promoted by WTM Publishing & Communications, an independent Australian-based publishing house established to bring scientific and public awareness to the issue of the human condition.