Re-thinking What it Means We Evolved
Self improvement manual, two novels, and a play, all
involving re-thinking what it means we evolved.
Self Improvement Through a New Approach to Evolution.
The implications of having evolved applied in our own lives.
Me and The Genies. Romantic comedy involving a sleazy television
producer and a beautiful Chinese script writer.
Father, in a Far Distant Past I Find You. Utopian novel projecting
stages in our thinking about evolution onto future civilizations.
Kirkus review: ”Johnston’s contribution to the field is an
astonishingly original one. In a way, his version is deeply
Cartesian, haunted by the interaction between mind and matter,
but also grounded in the ordinary experience of human action.
He thoughtfully understands that the quest for an origin story is
not merely a matter of genetic mechanics, but also tied to the
existence of the human self and the values and purposes that
propel that self through a finite life. The commentary is
supplemented by short stories, quirkily constructed around the
nature of human consciousness and agency; for example, one
centers on the famous Turing test.”
Videos and podcasts present our mission--to
promote new thinking about evolution. Author
and publisher Shaun Johnston studied
biochemistry at University College London then went on to become a
science writer and artist, and doubter of many things evolutionary.
Website with over 100 articles and reviews preparing
artists and students of the humanities for coming up with
theories of evolution capable of accounting for what we
know it means we evolved. Reviews of classic evolutionary texts
provide an original survey of the development of evolutionary theory.
A New Framework for Universal Moral Values