Questioning Krishnamurti: J. Krishnamurti in Dialogue
Thorsons, 1996 - Conduct of life - 255 pages
Krishnamurti is one of the best loved spiritual teachers of the twentieth century. His passionate teaching of the value, beauty and immensity of life profoundly inspired many people, and his works are currently studied in over 100 American colleges and universities in faculties of philosophy, psychology, religion and education. In the last two decades of his life Kishnamurti engaged in many discussions with scientists, Buddhist scholars, philosophers, artists and a Jesuit priest. These conversations have been collected into this volume, offering a profound insight into his philosophy of life. They include discussions with - Iris Murdoch; Renee Weber; Walpole Rahula; Jonas Salk; David Bohm; Bernard Levin; Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
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