Darwin overlooked the fact that we had to originate as babies in his On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (1859). Surely we all know that babies are in no condition to survive on their own. Babies are not “fitted” to “survive” in any “Struggle for Existence.” That means that we Homo sapiens had to have originated as the first human babies of our hominid parents. I propose that we originated on the basis of my new theory of evolution in Lectures VI and VII above. Those hominids loved us and cared for us, and that is how human babies survived. But there has never been a theory of our origins! Or at least there had been none until my The Origins of Homo Sapiens (Xlibris, 2008). In Lecture VI I newly present my theory of evolution, and in Lecture VII a theory of our special human origins. I write origins, because there must have been many small groups of hominid survivors of my proposed holocaust whose young women then gave birth to those first Homo sapiens babies. How all of this took place is the subject of those two lectures. If you wish you may go directly to them, for each lecture stands on its own. Louis Carini received his doctorate in Experimental Psychology from Clark University in 1955. He is the author of The Theory of Symbolic Transformations, Three Axioms for a Theory of Conduct, Spiritual Humanism, and The Origins of Homo Sapiens.
Louis Carini received his Ph.D. in what Heinz Werner called “Experimental Genetic Psychology” in 1955 from Clark University. His “The theory of phenomenal psychology” was published in 2005, after many rejections by American Psychological Association Journals, as Chapter 15 in the book Heinz Werner and Developmental Science. Some of the titles of his unpublished book manuscripts are: A Tale of Two Centuries; Personeity; God, Chance and Science; Why We Act as We Do; The Phenomenal Theory of Psychology; The Age of Consciousness; The Cultural Ground of Ethics and Morals; Feeling; The Role of Consciousness in the Work Lives of Artists.