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Author Krishnamurti, J. (Jiddu), 1895-1986.

Title The awakening of intelligence / J. Krishnamurti.

Publication Info. San Francisco : Harper & Row, 1987.
©1973

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Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Peotone PL Adult Non Fiction - PEBB-2  181.4 KRI    AVAILABLE
Edition First Harper and Row paperback edition.
Description 538 pages ; 21 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Note "RD 628"--Spine.
Contents America. pt. I. Two conversations : J. Krishnamurti and Professor Jacob Needleman -- 1. The role of the teacher -- 2. On inner space ; on tradition and dependence -- pt. II. Three talks in New York City -- 1. Inner revolution -- 2. Relationship -- 3. Religious experience. Meditation -- pt. III. Two conversations : J. Krishnamurti and Alain Naudé -- 1. The circus of man's struggle -- 2. On good and evil --
India. pt. IV. Two conversations : J. Krishnamurti and Swami Venkatesananda -- 1. The guru and search. Four schools of yoga scrutinised (Karma, Bhakti, Raja, Gnana Yoga). -- 2. Four "mahavakyas" from the Upanishads discussed. Communication and the Bodhisatvva ideal. Vedanta and the ending of knowledge -- pt. V. Three talks in Madras -- 1. The art of seeing -- 2. Freedom -- 3. The sacred -- pt. VI. Four dialogues in Madras -- 1. Conflict -- 2. The pursuit of pleasure -- 3. Time, space and the centre -- 4. A fundamental question --
Europe. pt. VII. Seven talks in Saanen, Switzerland -- 1. What is you over-riding interest? -- 2. Order -- 3. Can we understand ourselves? -- 4. Loneliness -- 5. Thought and the immeasurable -- 6. The action of will and the energy needed for radical change -- 7. Thought, intelligence, and the immeasurable -- pt. VIII. Five dialogues in Saanen -- 1. The fragmentation of consciousness -- 2. Is intelligence awake? -- 3. Fear -- 4. Fear, time and the image -- 5. Intelligence and the religious life --
England. pt. IX. Two talks at Brockwood -- 1. The relationship to awareness of thought and the image -- 2. The meditative mind and the impossible question -- pt. X. A discussion with a small group at Brockwood -- Violence and the "me" -- pt. XI. Conversation : J Krishnamurti and Professor David Bohm -- On intelligence.
Subject Philosophy.
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