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The Last Human Spring

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating details ·  2 Ratings  ·  1 Review
A ground-breaking work on nature and humanity. This book deepens the spirit of Silent Spring, and of Walden--into human conservation and healing. It reveals the stunning breakthrough into Nurturome, genome's receiving partner. It breaks open, then completes our prevailing Darwinian view of human evolution; it reveals the Second Missing Link in human development, evolution ...more
Paper, Hard, and ebook, 1st, 448 pages
Published October 28th 2009 by Xlibris Corporation (first published November 22nd 2002)
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Mitsy Colbaugh
Aug 12, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: people seeking enlightenment
Recommended to Mitsy by: I discovered it
I agree with and quote (with his permission) Darryl House:

Absorbing, Enlightening and Fascinating!
"The LAST HUMAN SPRING is an absorbing, enlightening, and fascinating work. The ideas are as important as any I've ever read or studied. This is an amazing philospher. I dare say his work may become as important as any by Darwin or B.F. Skinner. This book has profoundly influenced my interpretation of the human condition; and I am committed to getting it into the minds and hands of the world. Bless
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