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Can the Mind Not Be a Slave to Knowledge? - Saanen 1974 - Public Talk 4

Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Can the mind not be a slave to knowledge? - 21 July 1974 • When consciousness invents a super-consciousness is it a part of thought aware of the past? • Is there a part of the brain which has not been touched by the known? • Is it our education to escape from ‘what is’ through ideals? • Has the mind been trained to operate and function in the field of the known? • Observing the movement of thought and its source, can one come upon some thing beyond thought? • Is time required to see the reality and non-reality of knowledge? Questions from the audience followed the talk."

"Can the mind not be a slave to knowledge? - 21 July 1974 • When consciousness invents a super-consciousness is it a part of thought aware of the past? • Is there a part of the brain which has not been touched by the known? • Is it our education to escape from ‘what is’ through ideals? • Has the mind been trained to operate and function in the field of the known? • Observing the movement of thought and its source, can one come upon some thing beyond thought? • Is time required to see the reality and non-reality of knowledge? Questions from the audience followed the talk."
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Genres:

Philosophy

Description:

"Can the mind not be a slave to knowledge? - 21 July 1974 • When consciousness invents a super-consciousness is it a part of thought aware of the past? • Is there a part of the brain which has not been touched by the known? • Is it our education to escape from ‘what is’ through ideals? • Has the mind been trained to operate and function in the field of the known? • Observing the movement of thought and its source, can one come upon some thing beyond thought? • Is time required to see the reality and non-reality of knowledge? Questions from the audience followed the talk."

Language:

English

Length:

1h 33m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

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