Joe Rogan Experience #1070 – Jordan Peterson

Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto.

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42 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1070 – Jordan Peterson

  1. Jordan Peterson has the ability to illuminate and open Joe to ideas, attitudes and beliefs. Joe Rogan has the ability to force Peterson to hone and communicate his ideas better. The conversation between them is a mutual exchange that benefits both. They should get together monthly.

  2. Am I the only one who feels like an uneducated idiot, when listening to JP? LOL. It's like listening to Russell Brand when he's on a roll. They're both so smart, and I feel so inadequate just listening to him… I can't imagine being in the same room as someone like that. I'd be too scared to talk because I know I'd sound stoopid, and I'd feel like I have nothing to add to the conversation lol. Insecure much!!! Lol. I do love listening to him though, even if he does drone on a bit, at times. He's the first person who I've seen, manage to shut Rogan up, so he must be doing something right. Rogan is managing to hold his own, but he doesn't dare try to talk over Peterson like he does with other guests…. Which is why I'm enjoying this so much. I love Rogan too, but he can be so obnoxious at times… He's more than met his match here.

  3. This is the first Rogan interview I've seen, where Joe isn't constantly interrupting and trying to control the interview and the narrative. He's clearly enamoured with Peterson and wants to hear what he has to say.

  4. Interestingly, now that I’m doing what I’ve always wanted to do, which is be a mother, I never feel like I’m wasting any time. In fact, I feel like I don’t have enough time to do everything I need to do haha.

    Before when I was working in corporate America as an accountant, I felt like I was wasting a LOT of time, not only in my personal life but also at work.

    I’m much more rewarded and happy doing what I’ve always wanted to do. I listened to what society told me I should want which was to be “somebody”. As a young kid, I knew that I always wanted to be a mom when I grew up but I was afraid to say it because that’s not what people wanted to hear from me. I was tested as highly gifted so a lot “more” was expected out of me. My god are these people so wrong. It takes so much patience, work and thought to be a good mom and good housewife.

    We as a society really need to seriously rethink our values of how important family life is. In today’s society, the barometer of success is in money, houses, cars. But I’m changing that in my life to be happiness and contentment. I sleep a lot better because of it now.

    Thanks to Jordan Peterson, it’s amazing to hear that my gut about traditional family values was right. And I mean valuing having someone stay at home and take care of things at home so that the other partner can focus on financing the partnership. There’s reasons the traditional model meant something for so long. We just need to update it with our acceptance of other progressive modern values, not throw it out entirely.

  5. the best part of this podcast starts at 1:29:25 or so. I can't help but feel Jordans point here really hits home for me… i constantly find myself discouraged by my own behavior and procrastination, although i am fully aware that i am just digging myself a deeper hole by not taking needed action, which will never end by just wanting it to. At the very least i know a SHIT TON of people in this country that struggle with this exact same issue, which i can say from experience is closely related to the whole opiate epidemic in youth. This won't be going away anytime soon either, in fact it is most likely always going to be a problem for some people. Perhaps this just our generations paradigm due to the sudden ability of instant knowledge and communication via the internet and other technological advances, which has led to the concern for ones future being largely overshadowed by the constant bombardment of information and things always trying to one up the other in a recursive fashion.

  6. is it just me or is it that this discussion is all about women's issues and complaints? Two intelligent men discussions silly women's issues ? Women will always complain that they are victims of something or the other….leave them be and let them whinge and whine…

  7. I want a movie filmed about Peterson and Steve Coogan to play him,as he debates and destroys snowlakes, scientists and generallly speaking cookies and creams all over the world,bravooo maestro!!Bravooo!

  8. marx himself wasn't for equality of outcome…perhaps jordan and joe mean many people that believe in marxs ideas (i.e. marxists) tend to lean in to the idea of equality of outcome where marx himself didnt

  9. one thing that prooves that Jordan Peterson infact is a great and intellectual man is, Listen how attentive and focused Joe Rogan is when JP. speaks, Usually Joe like so weigh in on stuff quite frequently but this episode he's more introvertly engaged in the conversation.

  10. Very principled, and disciplined. The benifits of suffering, and internalizing all of my experience, and finding the most effective way to relate and teach. This is what the bible teaches..but cannot become miraculous until im willing to die for my beliefs. "The wall". I wonder if Mr. Peterson is a friend of Bills. In any case, what I'm sure everyone experiences here is a combination of Truthful atmosphere between the two of them..i think.

  11. Nazis are not right wing, extreme right wing is anarchy, nazi's are national "socialists" for a reason and not a single plank of theirs could be classified as classically liberal.

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