On Freedom

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Krishnamurti addresses the basic issues of freedom, from human rights in the political and social arena to the desire for freedom from "wants, pursuits, ambitions, envies and ill-will". Freedom, according to Krishnamurti, is necessary for clarity of understanding. Freedom is to be without fear, but there are freedoms such as the freedom to overpopulate the earth that create imbalance and even catastrophe and need to be understood in all their dangers.

Publisher: Gollancz

Current publication: 1992

ISBN: 0-575-05328-3

Pages count: 148

Format: paperback

First published: 1992