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Can the brain ever be free from the known?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Sixth Public Talk in Madras

Sunday, January 11, 1981

  • Is there a freedom that is independent, complete, total, not associated with any cause or motive?
  • Can right action take place when there is the operation of thought?
  • What is the difference between the computer and the brain?
  • Having time as a factor in the resolution of a problem is unintelligent.
  • Is fear a movement of time?
  • What is sorrow? Why do human beings go through tortures? Because we suffer, fear, are pursuing pleasure, we invent gods.
  • Meditation is unpremeditated art.
  • The mind is entirely different from the brain. The mind cannot be understood, known or perceived unless the brain with all its sensory responses is understood.
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