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Jordan Peterson
Jordan Bernt Peterson (born June 12, 1962) is a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. His main areas of study are the psychology of religious and ideological belief, and the assessment and improvement of personality and performance. He authored Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief in 1999.
On His Battle with SJW at Joe Rogan Experience #958
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0:30 - denied a grant to research political correctness?
3:30 - hammer & sickle vs nazi symbol
8:00 - allies and social points
13:15 - the gender unicorn
17:20 - those who claim to be legitimate representatives of a community vs heterogeneous views within
23:00 - post-modern neo Marxist using trans issues as a lever to push political nonsense
27:45 - Zer
30:45 - post-modernists opposed to having dialogues
41:00 - we are in a war of ideas
46:45 - teach people evil to help them understand themselves
48:00 - university's monitoring, intervention, and threat of student's private utterances on social media
50:20 - mansplaining
53:00 - best personality predictor of political correctness is the agreeableness trait
54:00 - causes for violence by the left
57:00 - the dominance hierarchy, Hitler
1:10:00 - good vs evil
1:13:30 - fight or flight or freeze
1:18:00 - bargaining with the future
1:23:30 - men were competing for influence, corruption leadership to attract women; hero
1:28:30 - men competing as allies to beat the hierarchy
1:31:00 - kek the frog; period of chaos
1:35:00 - tell the truth to deal with chaos in the underworld
1:41:30 - clean up your room before you try and change the outside
1:48:00 - morality comes when you are a monster and you can control it
1:58:00 - order, corruption, chaos
2:04:30 - 90% of my viewers and men
2:09:00 - accept your mortality
2:14:00 - future authoring and finding a purpose
2:17:00 - you cant trust yourself if you lie
2:28:00 - the biggest employment category (driver) is disappearing; the future is uncertain
2:31:30 - trump - unstructured problem with truth vs Hillary - structured problem with untruth
2:33:00 - you are in the top 1% too
2:37:00 - creative people is a double-edged blessing; you stand out - you die
2:41:30 - Canada suppresses excellence while USA celebrates it
2:43:20 - hierarchies are no always based on power but on competence
2:47:30 - why the university backed off from Peterson