The Limits of Thought contains a series of penetrating dialogues between the unique teacher J. Krishnamurti and the distinguished physicist David Bohm. Their starting point is Krishnamurti's statement, "The action of reality is entirely different from the action of truth." They explore questions of time, space, order, chaos and conflict and what might be the meaning of wholeness when the limitation of thinking is seen.
In a preface, David Bohm writes about Krishnamurti's steadfast concern with truth: "Krishnamurti's work is permeated by what may be called the essence of the scientific approach, when this is considered in its very highest and purest form."
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"According to Troxell and Snyder Krishnamurti is leading philosophers away from reliance on abstract thought to greater concern for a direct awareness of ourselves in the world....and together with David Bohm in these further dialogs, the result is of extraordinary importance, which is affecting all thinking areas."