Self-Knowledge in Krishnamurti’s Philosophy

by Merry Halam | 2017 | 60,265 words

Summary: This essay studies the concept of Self-Knowledge in Krishnamurti’s Philosophy and highlights its importance in the context of the present world. Jiddu Krishnamurti was born in 1895 to a Telugu Brahmin family in Madanapalli. His father was as an employee of the Theosophical Society, whose members played a major role in shaping the life of Krishnamurti. His entire life was focused on realizing and explaining the human quest and he traveled all over the world talking about his philosophy.

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