If Thought Cannot Achieve, Why Should It Suffer? - Brockwood Park and Gstaad 1975 - Dialogue 7-logo

If Thought Cannot Achieve, Why Should It Suffer? - Brockwood Park and Gstaad 1975 - Dialogue 7

Jiddu Krishnamurti

"If thought cannot achieve, why should it suffer? - 18 July 1975 • How does science investigate the mysterious? • If thought cannot achieve, why should it suffer? • Can consciousness, which is filled with the things of thought, empty itself? • Thought cannot possibly apprehend, comprehend or be aware of the whole. • Time. • Krishnamurti’s early years."

"If thought cannot achieve, why should it suffer? - 18 July 1975 • How does science investigate the mysterious? • If thought cannot achieve, why should it suffer? • Can consciousness, which is filled with the things of thought, empty itself? • Thought cannot possibly apprehend, comprehend or be aware of the whole. • Time. • Krishnamurti’s early years."
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Philosophy

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"If thought cannot achieve, why should it suffer? - 18 July 1975 • How does science investigate the mysterious? • If thought cannot achieve, why should it suffer? • Can consciousness, which is filled with the things of thought, empty itself? • Thought cannot possibly apprehend, comprehend or be aware of the whole. • Time. • Krishnamurti’s early years."

Language:

English

Length:

1h 41m


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Chapter 1
Chapter 1

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