Joe Rogan Experience #1208 – Jordan Peterson

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

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27 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1208 – Jordan Peterson

  1. Peterson is right about many things, but his interpretation of Derrida and Foucault is mistaken. They were, merely, parroting what Buddha taught. Buddhism teaches that the word “spoon” is not a spoon itself; it is merely a name for an object.

    Similarly, a human being is not their ego. Ego is how a human being survives and how he makes sense of his environment. The ego is concerned with physical needs; based upon these needs, we create a persona that helps us interpret everything we see.

    Other than that, this was a good, informative talk.

  2. Thanks jordan, it's amazing we have a hero talking sense and a deep level of intelligence in the face of this insane PC nightmare we live in…its sad that speaking the truth in the 2010s means your a "sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic bigot"….

  3. It’s amazing how modern psychology is confirming so many ancient ideas. Now people will listen because it is backed by science, but the wisdom has been there for a very very long time.

  4. The problem with the plumber theory is where a live in italy every multi appartment houses has a manager the receve money from plumber and other classworkers to give to that person the work… Good ability isnt the only criteria

  5. The heiarcy that is produced from place of birth instead of intellectual ability is the problem. This is not a left or right problem. It's a systematic problem that spreads across both. The arguments between ethnic and culturally origin is nothing but a distraction from this truth.

  6. Men and Woman are not equal. Equal means the same and we are not the same. We are equal in value but we will never have the same output into the world because we think and function completely different. While we can solve problems in the same efficiency as each other, we will always come to the solution in varying ways.

  7. For me personally, the coruption of the intellectually elite is disappointing on many levels. Most across all field have sold out to the ruling "so called," elite to the point that I no longer trust them. Honestly, we as a society, need to redefine what Elite means.

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