Present Tense – “Paths and the Pathless: Inquiry, Risk-Taking, Teaching and School”

A Present Tense Lecture by Dr. Gopal Krishnamurthy at Brockwood Park School, Sunday Sept. 16th and soon on our YouTube channel.
(Update: The video is now available. Present Tense Lecture)

This interactive session will explore the relevance of Krishnamurti’s statement “Truth is a Pathless Land” to teaching, inquiry, risk-taking and school. This will open up a principled pushback to the press of conformity and conditioning. We will explore the challenge of envisioning education from and for freedom.

Paths and the PathlessGopal Krishnamurthy has spent most of his life since the age of 4, as a student and teacher at Krishnamurti’s schools in India, the UK and the USA. He was a student, mature student and staff member at Brockwood. He is currently at Brockwood teaching physics and mathematics, and working as Dean of faculty and educational programmes.

“When teaching is so resolutely structured around demonstrating what one already knows — “not knowing” is a challenging and unexplored point of departure for teaching and learning”.

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