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Knowledge and Conflict in Human Relationships   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Second Conversation with Dr Allen W. Anderson in San Diego, California 18 February 1974

Monday, February 18, 1974

  • Second conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson
  • Q: What place has knowledge in relationship?
  • There must be freedom from the known otherwise the known is merely the repetition of the past, the tradition, the image.
  • The observer is tradition, the past the conditioned mind that looks at things at itself, at the world.
  • When the observer observes he therefore does so with memories experience, hurts, despairs, hopes with all that background of knowledge.
  • Whenever he operates with that knowledge in human relationships there is division and therefore conflict.

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