Item Code: IDD608
Paperback (Edition: 2001)
Krishnamurti Foundation India
Size: 8.6" X 5.6"
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In the last two decades of his life, Krishnamurti engaged in several discussion with scientists, Buddhist scholars, philosophers, artists and a Jesuit priest. This volume contains his conversation with Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Renee Weber, David Bohm, Jonas Salk, Walpola Rahula, Bernard Levin, Huston Smith, Iris Murdoch, and Pupul Jayakar. These offer a profound insight into his philosophy of life.
In his Foreword to the book, editor David Skitt says: 'For the first-time reader, the range and vocabulary of these conversations may seem daunting. Is this philosophy, Psychology, or religion? Or all three? Krishnamurti himself did not like giving a name to what he talked about. His agenda was very open-ended, always totally free to cover any aspect of the human condition. For Krishnamurti, a religious view of life is inseparable from exploring whether we mistakenly apply the biological model of evolution to the psychological sphere; and whether the computer is an accurate simultation of the human brain. For him, these are not incidentally but crucial issues that determine the quality of our lives, not just topics of intellectual interest.'
What Is of Most Concern to You?
Are You Not Saying What the Buddha Said?
Walpola Rahula and others
How Do We See That Which Is Most Real?
Eugene Schallert, S.J.
What Future Does Man Have?
David Bohm, FRS
Who Is the Experiencer?
Is the Brain Different from a Computer?
David Bohm and Asit Chandmal
Is There an Eastern and Western Mind?
Is It Possible to End Fear?
What Is Your Secret?
Can One Have Lucidity in this Confused World?
Why is Your Teaching So Difficult to Live?
What Is Meditation?
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
How Can One Overcome the Despair of Bereavement?
Who Are You?