The phenomenology of compassion in the teachings of Jiddu Krishnamurti, 1895-1986

Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press (2002)
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Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1 -- The Prison of the Known -- Chapter 2 -- Can We Live without Conflict? -- Chapter 3 -- The Meaning of Dialogue -- Chapter 4 -- Practice and Solidarity: We Are the World -- Chapter 5 -- Science and the Religious Mind -- Chapter 6 -- A Call for Active Being: Being at Home in the World.



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