Julian Jaynes
Historical Figure
Nationality: United States
Date of Birth: 1920
Date of Death: 1997
Cause of Death: Stroke
Religion: Unitarian
Occupation: Psychologist, Educator, Author of Non-Fiction, Actor, Playwright
Parents: Julian C. Jaynes, Clara Bullard
Professional Affiliations: Princeton University
Fictional Appearances:
Set in the 22nd Century
Type of Appearance: Posthumous reference

Julian Jaynes (February 27, 1920 – November 21, 1997) was an American psychologist and author, whose theories of bicameralism and the development of human consciousness, first written in the 1970s, were used to explain much of the history of human development.

Julian Jaynes in "Bluff"[]

Although initially controversial, Julian Jaynes' theories were proven by the discovery of a planet just beginning the creation of civilized societies in the middle of the 22nd century. Scientists Ramon Castillo and Xing Mei-lin confirmed Jaynes' hypothesis after observing the thought patterns of the people of the village of Kussara, and their movement toward consciousness.[1]


  1. "Bluff," generally.