A series of dialogues between Krishnamurti and friends, trustees of the Foundation, and educators and administrators from his schools in India, Tradition and Revolution looks at such topics as: The observer and ‘what is’; The matrix of tradition; and Biological survival and intelligence. Throughout, Krishnamurti’s concern is to lay bare the experiential component behind these terms and to lead his audience to the heart of the human problem.
Publisher: Krishnamurti Foundation India
Current publication: 2013
Pages count: 254
First published: 1972