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On Dialogue

  • Interpretation Revisited by Javier Gómez Rodríguez Go-to

    It would seem that interpretation continues to be a significant issue in the context of the teachings. It is not clear what is to be understood by this term, with people taking it to mean very diff...

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  • Experiencing Dialogue by Jackie McInley Go-to

    The main starting idea was to use the guidelines of David Bohm?s On Dialogue: listening, suspending opinions, looking at the movement of one?s thought as it is actually happening; no leader, no the...

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  • Wholeness Regained - Revisiting Bohm's Dialogue by Lee Nichol Go-to

    Beginning in 1985, David Bohm put forward a series of propositions regarding a new vision for contemporary dialogue. This vision received considerable attention ...

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  • Breaking New Ground in a Krishnamurti Committee by Bernd Hollstein Go-to

    I would like to open up something for discussion that has been increasingly on my mind ever since I began to work with the Krishnamurti Forum five years ago. I will try to put it this way: what doe...

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  • A Personal View of Dialogue by Robert Bloomfield Go-to

    What is dialogue? I think it is a process. What is the process? I think the process is listening. Of course, there is a fundamental difficulty. Apparently we do not have this thing, listening. We o...

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  • On Bohmian Dialogue by Javier Gómez Rodríguez Go-to

    This issue of K and Bohm dialogue has come up already. The people interested in K are not necessarily interested in Bohmian dialogue and vice versa. For me Bohmian dialogue stems from K or, put dif...

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