Krishnamurti and Value Education
Vinita Kaushik Kapur
The world is in such chaos that even if you deliberately set about to make the world more chaotic than it is you could not succeed…. And it needs a very sharp, clear, decisive, sane mind to resolve such a chaotic condition. I do not think such a mind can come about, except through religious perception.
—Krishnamurti, The religious mind, p. 4
Education and the Human Condition
For Krishnamurti, the means to religious perception is through scepticism, doubt and questioning, and this can come about through right education. All through his teaching years he emphasized the crucial and vital role that education can play in the creative regeneration of the way human beings think, and therefore ...
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