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Is Thought the Cause of the Decay of Man?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Fifth Public Talk in Madras

Saturday, January 10, 1981

  • If the computer takes over, will we pursue pleasure endlessly or go inward?
  • Is the brain losing its sensitivity?
  • Knowledge may be the cause of our disorder. Is there a learning without time?
  • The art of listening to oneself. Can one see without the word interfering and observe without accumulating knowledge?
  • When you try to change "what is" aren't you caught in time?
  • Does actual fear have any time or does thought introduce it?

Series: Eight Public Meetings in Madras - 1981

Fifth Question and Answer Meeting in Saanen - 1980 Fifth Question and Answer Meeting in Saanen - 1980
In the ending of violence is the flowering of intelligence In the ending of violence is the flowering of intelligence
What is an intelligent response to the belief that everything is relative? What is an intelligent response to the belief that everything is relative?
On Conflict On Conflict
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