Talks and Dialogues

For Krishnamurti, rational thought had its uses but also its limitations; what becomes more important is what he describes as 'total seeing'. To follo this concept clear to people trained in the Western intellectual tradition of pure rationalism, he explains it in enlightening talks& amp; then engages in spirited dialogs with listeners. The theme of the talks is freedom& amp; the demand of the human spirit to reach beyound itself. The starting point in the 1st talk is the need to face life in its totality. Edited from the original tapes at Saanen, 7/9/67-8/7/67.
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Talks and Dialogues
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Published March 28th 1983 by Avon Books (NYC) (first published 1969

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