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Enlightenment, Time, Attachment, Attention and the End of Experience – A Passage from Krishnamurti’s Notebook.

A while back I posted an extract from Krishnamurti’s Notebook, the published text of the diary Krishnamurti kept for a few months during 1961. I felt it shed a useful light on what the word ‘enlightenment’ means in mysticism, bringing … Continue reading

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On Time and Doing Our Epistemic Duty: The Philosopher and the Wolf by Mark Rowlands

Philosophers often consider that actions that are immoral are the result of a failure of duty on the part of their perpetrators. There would be two kinds of duty involved. Here is Mark Rowlands on this topic from his book … Continue reading

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The Continuum East and West

We usually conceive of space-time as a continuum. Or we think we do. We certainly experience it as a continuum. We usually see the number line as a working model of this continuum. With this model we can create an … Continue reading

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Time and Buddhism

According to the most common interpretation of the data the current age of our universe is roughly 14 billion years. In physics this would be a long time. For a Buddhist it would be a hypothetical moment in eternity. The … Continue reading

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