2017 Maps of Meaning 05: Story and Metastory (Part 1)

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Jordan B Peterson

6 жыл бұрын

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Michael McLane
Michael McLane 5 жыл бұрын
My boi Jordan b wearing the archetypal sweater today, roughly speaking.
Hello There
Hello There 16 күн бұрын
@Ochtone ha you think it's not obvious it's like WRONG, it IS obvious. But what EXACTLY do you mean by OBVIOUS?? Is it obvious that he's wearing it? Obvious that it's archetypal? And archetypal to what category? To warm sweaters? To his favorite type of sweater? To fanciness or drip?
Hello There
Hello There 16 күн бұрын
Well what exactly do you mean by that? I mean EXACTLY like let's get PRECISE on this
BLANEY 101
BLANEY 101 18 күн бұрын
Bro this comment and the replies have me deceased.
Zalán Mokos
Zalán Mokos 23 күн бұрын
So I thought about this for a very long time and... it seems to me that this is the best comment around
Josh Hulbert
Josh Hulbert 27 күн бұрын
It’s not nothing!
Daniel Boot
Daniel Boot 2 жыл бұрын
7:26 - Story of Charles Darwin in a museum in London. 12:19 - Theory about how humans perceive the world and orient themselves accordingly (in reflexive and conscious ways). This theory was also used an approach to develop artificial intelligence. It was a well accepted theory in the 20th century, but it turned out that 'seeing' the world was extremely difficult and impossibly complex. (Notes at 15:00 regarding some ideas that were explored in 'The Wolf' and 'The Spider'). 18:45 - Selective Attention Test Task. "The Invisible Gorilla" and other experiments by Dan Simon. 20:51 - Human eyes, how blind we actually are, what our eyes react to and how we know what to look at. 26:38 - Some notes on our perception of the world and good quote (27:03). Jordan Peterson talks for several minutes about philosophical and literal complexities concerning perception of the world and how little we see (not sure how to describe it better). 30:16 - Example of children naming animals 'cats' and 'dogs', instead of 'four-legged furry mammals' or any subspecies/breeds. 31:33 - Iconic story of Jordan Peterson and his computer crashing. (35:26 - funny moment) 37:47 - Defaulting to the simplest level to move to the next step. Generally that is what you should do, for example in an argument with someone who you have a long term relationship with. 42:33 - Another example of defaulting to a simple level in order to advance to the next step. 45:13 - Important note on the 'games' we all play and agree to. (This note relates to Anku, since he understands and manipulates these games very well. He also does not allow anyone to prioritize the game they want to play, over the game he wishes to play. This does not mean he never agrees to play someone else's game, instead it means he is always aware of the rules (of the game) and how to best bend or break them (depending on whom he is playing with/against). 48:58 - Another subtle note on 'The Wolf' and 'The Spider' books referring to the Anakim and how they see things/objects differently from the Sutherners, based on what they want to use it for (to some degree). 51:02 - "The world is so horrible...y complex" (Revealing Freudian slip, funny moment) 54:08 - Compression, resolution and language. Note on why we use simple language with children, because they can't unpack words or ideas that they haven't had enough experience with to conceptualize. 55:39 - The science-religion argument. Fundamentalists and atheistic scientists have the same problem. Long note. Quick note on how the fundamentalists worked out the 5000 year estimate (of when God created everything). 1:03:05 - Looking at the world in more than one way. (Continues with certain elements of the science-religion argument). 1:04:32 - You need to have a value system. Anku's value system is quite unique and more complex than most people. 1:07:19 - Stories and music, two of the very few phenomena which all people find compelling (very few people don't find at least some genre of music or story completely uninteresting). 1:10:16 - The complexity problem, the fundamental problem and death as the fundamental problem. Note on how how Jordan Peterson works with his patients (mental problems/illnesses and living uncontrolled complex lives). 1:13:18 - Old cities were walled (historical dates range from the Ancient era, through the Medieval Era and ending roughly around the Renaissance Era). These walls were primarily practical and served to protect the citizens and their wealth from bandits or anyone else who would steal from them or kill them. But walls and borders are also built to simplify the world, it's not conceptual it's practical (they keep things out and ordered so you don't even have to think about them). 1:18:54 - Note on discrimination (very good). (1:20:51 - funny) 1:33:52 - One of the things you learn in pshycometrically, is that there is no correlation between conscientiousness and intelligence. 1:36:42 - Jordan Peterson on some of his patients who have post-traumatic stress disorder (he gives a few examples). 1:40:23 - Subdivisions of the brain. Notes on cats and their curiousity when functioning with only their hypothalamus (with the rest of their brain carefully removed). 1:44:25 - Cool video and note on how complex DNA and biology is when delving deeper into the human body. 1:52:00 - Psyhcophysiological representation of Piaget's developmental process. 1:57:00 - How to think about motivation. 1:59:41 - Addiction and its relationship to motivation and using whatever tools necessary (eg. lying) to achieve the goal (meth is used as an example). This possibly explains why (and how) Anku functions and thinks in relationship to his goal, in the manner that he does (he is madly addicted to his goal). 2:01:42 - Controlling your hypothalamus and regulating your emotions (by avoiding situations where you wouldn't be able to control your emotions (hypothalamus takes dominion over you)). 2:10:27 - See the things that are relevant to the task at hand. 2:10:27 - To end. Notes on complexity, relationships and betrayal (very good).
D
D 3 ай бұрын
Thank you man
Ruben Partono
Ruben Partono 10 ай бұрын
or 54:53, rather 😄
Ruben Partono
Ruben Partono 10 ай бұрын
Since you're noting funny moments, could we add 54:52 "pop"?
Smol Bean
Smol Bean 11 ай бұрын
Well someone is paying attention lmao
Felix Estrada
Felix Estrada Жыл бұрын
This man takes notes
Ace Rockolla
Ace Rockolla 5 жыл бұрын
These lectures are incredible.....wish I had professors like JP when i was studying Psychology at UNI. As an atheist, I am genuinely fascinated in how he can reconcile religion and science. His teachings have really challenged my position on faith and the role of religion in our society. If i get nothing else from this mans teachings, that alone is incredibly valuable.
Lee Adrian
Lee Adrian 6 ай бұрын
Jesus is the way, the truth and the life.
Lindsey Laird
Lindsey Laird 9 ай бұрын
he is fascinating
coffeemachtspass
coffeemachtspass Жыл бұрын
@ThunderAppeal Read your own posts, then read my replies carefully. I’ve answered every point and you seem to have not understood what I’ve said.
ThunderAppeal
ThunderAppeal Жыл бұрын
​@coffeemachtspass You say not to 'confuse the product with the producer', I'm not confusing anything with anything. The 'product' came from somewhere, someone. Unless you believe in 'immaculate conception'? Without the construct the producer adhered to do you think they would have produced what they did? Do you believe Peterson when he says that 'there is more matter in the human mind than there are stars in the universe'? The purpose of 'swearing' is to hold the human to a higher standard from where they currently are in order to invoke/provoke/scare/induce/coerce/encourage/guide the person to tell the truth to the best of their ability. What standard to atheists hold by? Being 'sworn in' is not about 'keeping ones word'. A true scientific study that can be deemed reliable would be a randomized double blind study with a control group. Do you understand what that suggests in relation to testing whether a mask is effective in 'protecting against covid'? BTW, I'm not talking anything about 'super natural', that would depend entirely on the specific religion.
coffeemachtspass
coffeemachtspass Жыл бұрын
@ThunderAppeal The scientific method is intended to overcome human tendencies towards bias and motivated reasoning. It is an antidote to the negative effects of emotion when we are trying to uncover the truth about the world. Scientists don’t stop being human, but their scientific reasoning isn’t improved by having their natural emotions. An axiom is, by definition, an unprovable (and unfalsifiable) ground that science stands on. For example, the assumption that there really is an external world and that it is knowable and behaves consistently is axiomatic. A cannot prove to you that I am not merely a brain in vat, imagining that I have experiences of an external world. Of course, I don’t have any evidence that suggests it either, whereas I have ample evidence that you and I are sharing a reality that we can’t stop believing to be real. If faith is ‘belief without evidence’ or ‘belief in things unseen’, our shared experience of the world is not a very good example of faith, then, because we are bombarded by shared evidence of the world’s reality at every waking moment. The reason that we use Bayes’ Theorem is that it WORKS, not because he was a minister. The same point goes for all the other scientific giants. In reality, we aren’t standing on their shoulders, we are standing on their discoveries and on their logic. The lovely thing is that every one of us, regardless of what other beliefs we might have about the world, could in principle reproduce the the experiments and reasoning that led to their discoveries. Don’t confuse the product with the producer. To swear means the same as to take an oath. Why would you think that we atheists are incapable of taking oaths and keeping our word? I would gently point out to you that we are very underrepresented in the prison population. Perhaps we are too clever to get caught, right? Make of that whatever you will. In addition to being an atheist, I consider myself to be a humanist, which is a philosophical outlook that prioritizes human wellbeing. I don’t see any perjury here. I agree that mandates are an example of government overreach. Masks have only been tested in two randomly controlled trials, the first in Finland and the second in Pakistan. The Finnish study showed no effect of mask wearing on virus infection rates. The Pakistani study showed an effect, but the details of the study showed a very poor design that casts extreme doubt on the conclusions.
JarrodDSchneider
JarrodDSchneider 6 жыл бұрын
It might seem paradoxical, but Jordan Peterson is helping me to become a better person by convincing me of my own capacity for malevolence. This fundamental realization shows me I have a long way yet to travel on the road to real wisdom. One thing I think is so valuable about his work is that it has the capacity to unite seemingly incompatible worldviews; he introduces the validity and importance of religious/mythological belief structures to scientific-materialist-types in a palatable, intellectual manner. He stresses the world changing importance of scientific materialism to strictly religious thinkers and shows them that it is possible to integrate both ways of thinking into an overarching cosmology. He even manages to reveal the often overlooked, non-tyrannical, and functional aspects of hierarchical social structures to conspiratorial thinkers who may have previously been hell bent on only seeing and exposing the tyrannical elements of the social dominance hierarchy. Perhaps I see it this way because he's managed to help me more fully integrate these disparate, competing aspects of my own psyche-but regardless, I truly am impressed by and have benefitted greatly from Peterson's work.
Iyeoluwa Ayandokun
Iyeoluwa Ayandokun Ай бұрын
A true student of Peterson! So coherent.
Vadela
Vadela Жыл бұрын
This is essentially the biggest thing that saved me as well from living my life like a complete bitch enslaved by anxiety
mark boggs
mark boggs 2 жыл бұрын
@Elsz I have huge "spiritual belief" myself. You don't know anything about me. Why do you pretend do you? You have to stop talking to me because you can't name an atheist who thinks that only humans are capable of malevolence and this fact proves that people who think that only humans are capable of malevolence have their world view clouded by their religion.
mark boggs
mark boggs 2 жыл бұрын
@Elsz Rather than trying to classify the world view of the person you are talking to into a group identity why not try actually talking to people? You could for example give me an example of an "atheist" who thinks that only humans are capable of malevolence. Can you?
mark boggs
mark boggs 2 жыл бұрын
@Elsz Your example was Carl Jung and his "Shadow". Carl believed in god in the same way Jordan does which supports my point I thought. Perhaps I do not understand what you are saying. Sorry if that is the case. Also... I'm not "atheist" so I guess I can't be coloring my opinion with their ideology.
S.A. Smith
S.A. Smith 6 жыл бұрын
spreading knowledge with free lectures. how noble of you.
Dee Sook
Dee Sook 4 жыл бұрын
Up to As far as I (or something else) is concerned!)))
Jordan M
Jordan M 5 жыл бұрын
Jordan Greene jordans agree
J G
J G 5 жыл бұрын
you got it
James Bedichek
James Bedichek 4 жыл бұрын
I always get emotional thinking about where I would be in life if I had never discovered these lectures, Jordan Peterson is the best embodiment of the logos that I have ever seen.
Globetrotter 🌐
Globetrotter 🌐 4 жыл бұрын
I am a 53 year-old woman who's only regret is not finding these videos sooner.
Top Lobster
Top Lobster 4 ай бұрын
I am 11 year old boy and I found these lectures profoundly satisfying.
codascot
codascot Жыл бұрын
@Charley Fone sounds like new age garbage. I’d rather hear JP speak on Jung. Even Jung himself is not so flattering
Ricardo Blasco
Ricardo Blasco Жыл бұрын
this lectures were posted in 2017 so don't be so hard for it, try to learn and spray the wisdom, good luck
Melissa Ponder
Melissa Ponder Жыл бұрын
50...and ditto
TokRocK
TokRocK 2 жыл бұрын
~ 2:19:00 I wonder why it is '80 million snakes'. Why that number???
Doktor Schlösser
Doktor Schlösser 5 жыл бұрын
I'm learning so much from these lectures. Thank you for making them, and for making them available to the entire world for free.
Elden Ting
Elden Ting 2 жыл бұрын
These lectures set me on the path at 25 to change my life completely, stop smoking, stop drugs, become a better person and now attend university to learn psychology doing my bachelors with honours. I wanna do my masters and eventually a doctorate. Never would have thought it possible before. You the man JP.
Lee Adrian
Lee Adrian 6 ай бұрын
Every tried microdosing shrooms?
The Elder Elk
The Elder Elk Жыл бұрын
Congrats dude! You the man too
Will Matson
Will Matson 6 жыл бұрын
I'm so grateful that these lectures are being recorded and shared with the world. It's a real honor to be able to learn from Dr. Peterson, and I think it's possible that many of the undergraduate students in his class may be a bit too young to truly appreciate how lucky they are to be experiencing the profundity of his lectures in person. Dr. Peterson is a National Treasure in my honest opinion. I bought a copy of his book from Amazon and am working through the readings alongside the lectures. I'd highly recommend his book to anyone who's on the fence about ordering it.
Marci hn
Marci hn 9 ай бұрын
he is an international treasure
joetheperformer
joetheperformer 2 жыл бұрын
That’s what I was thinking, too! The students here are early 20’s? It is true that we can’t fully receive info we have not made a foundation for yet. Either we keep it and realize what the info truly meant later in life, or we throw it out shortly after learning it since it didn’t really click in our minds.
Jonas Jiang
Jonas Jiang Жыл бұрын
I can't believe I'm sitting here in Denmark, 15 years after I left school, learning more than I ever have through the common school system, I am in awe of these lectures and so thankful I cannot express it with words.
ThMrksman
ThMrksman 2 жыл бұрын
Reading the book while going through these lectures puts it all together in such a neat way! The book is incredibly dense, and I find myself having to re-read paragraphs in it all the time to make sense of them, but these lectures provide a great reincorporation of the same ideas which clear up so many confusing details! I'm writing this now at less than 100 pages in so I can only hope the trend continues!
Annyonny
Annyonny 6 жыл бұрын
JBP, the professor with the PhD in anti-PC. Great lecture. It's surreal that I'm able to sit in my living room hundreds of miles away, not even being a student, and participate in all of this. Thanks for uploading these, and congratulations on 150K subscribers.
november twentytwenty
november twentytwenty Жыл бұрын
add another half a million to make it 4.45!
ryan jeffery
ryan jeffery Жыл бұрын
3.95 million baby!
Blasko Sarcevic
Blasko Sarcevic 2 жыл бұрын
Hmm 3.21 mil 3 yrs later
Caleb Federico
Caleb Federico 2 жыл бұрын
Still a classy comment after 2 mil
Mr. Purple
Mr. Purple 2 жыл бұрын
Now its 2.75 million subscribers.
Josh Bull
Josh Bull 6 жыл бұрын
The more I watch these lectures, the more I can understand and relate to what Dr P is saying. Only problem is now it makes me want to start all over again to see if I understand it differently. What an amazing mind and a great subject.
Albert Levins
Albert Levins 11 ай бұрын
It is worth rewatching. Like a good movie, you will see more details the second (and subsequent) time(s).
stvbrsn
stvbrsn 4 жыл бұрын
Josh Bull how is that a problem? Go ahead and start all over. Tomorrow... no, today. The death and rebirth cycle that Dr. P is so fond of discussing can happen at any time in life. In fact, if you are actively seeking... it will happen multiple times!
Mesa Treze
Mesa Treze 3 жыл бұрын
Spending Saturday and Sunday listening to JP's lectures and loving the experience. Right from Brasília, capital of Brazil. Thanks, mr. Jordan.
allen thummel
allen thummel 2 жыл бұрын
This is the first time I've watched his maps of meaning course although I've watched many of his other lectures and I wish I had watched this first. I have to stop every half hour to rest my brain and process what he said or I'll miss something important.
Hans Ratgeber
Hans Ratgeber 2 жыл бұрын
Man, these lectures are something else. So much cross-disciplinary knowledge. Impressive.
Owen Davies
Owen Davies 6 жыл бұрын
Thanks so much Jordan for giving me new tools to understand the world around me. The way you described the importance of the humanities in the past lectures have really opened my eyes. I have been a history geek for a long time and I never knew why I found it so invigorating. It turns out all this time I was looking for patterns and truths to incorporate into my life - to learn from the errors of the past. Thanks for speaking up at UofT, in a strange way you enabled a lot of people like myself to come across your body of work and to learn from it.
Emma Ferg
Emma Ferg 5 жыл бұрын
Jordan has helped me decide to go back to studying. he has put me onto ideas that screw with my mind and I love that.
Abad Siddiqui
Abad Siddiqui Жыл бұрын
One of the best lecture! Thank you so much for uploading this extraordinary, intellectually challenging, knowledge enhancing lectures on this platform for free! Thank you so much for giving us the framework to understand perception and making us understand the importance of putting things in perspective!
NinjaBoy137
NinjaBoy137 4 жыл бұрын
I would never be late for one of Dr Peterson's lectures.
John Moonitz
John Moonitz 3 жыл бұрын
I'm sure I've made this comment before . . . but thank you, Dr. Peterson, for making your amazing lectures available online!! I feel like I am back at university, in a course that is refreshingly NOT infused with leftist ideological nonsense. I can't get enough of these lectures!!
Alexandra Theis
Alexandra Theis 5 жыл бұрын
After watching the 5th video of this course, I'm still wondering if I ever really got those Bachelors and Masters degrees hanging in the other room....his teaching is on a whole other level. Guess if anything, they conditioned me to study and take good notes.
Michael Sorensen
Michael Sorensen 3 жыл бұрын
That's mostly what degrees teach these days unfortunately.
Kai Smith
Kai Smith 2 жыл бұрын
Reading maps of meaning with this series during quarantine. 28 books read so far this year Mr. Peterson, thanks partly to you
TheWitoza
TheWitoza 5 жыл бұрын
Train by day, Jordan Peterson lectures by night, all day !
Cy Co
Cy Co Жыл бұрын
hahahahaha
The cheeky Asian
The cheeky Asian Жыл бұрын
Bruh You tryna be the Nick Diaz oft Psychologe vor what
Enigma b
Enigma b 2 жыл бұрын
@The Flaming One not yet
The Flaming One
The Flaming One 2 жыл бұрын
@Enigma b Have you seen Ramsey Dewey's deep fake with Dr. J.P. doing mma?
TokRocK
TokRocK 2 жыл бұрын
~ 2:19:00 I wonder why it is '80 million snakes'. Why that number???
Whiskey Crusader Will
Whiskey Crusader Will Жыл бұрын
"Does it help you? Does it get in your way? Or is it irrelevant?" - Dr Jordy P always dropping the most profound knowledge.
The Quant Artist
The Quant Artist 2 жыл бұрын
Mind-blowing lecture, you always view things not as things but as obstacles or assistance towards your goals.
Amy Jie
Amy Jie 6 жыл бұрын
I love this lectures series. Just bought your book to read in conjunction. Thank you so much for making these available online. They have been as informative as meaningful to me.
CrucifyRobinHood
CrucifyRobinHood 5 жыл бұрын
I like Jordan a lot but it gets a bit chilling when he casually, and in the space of 30 seconds, describes EXACTLY why my ex and I split up.
Heli0s
Heli0s Жыл бұрын
The secret ingredient is abuse
TokRocK
TokRocK 2 жыл бұрын
Now you can watch out for those kind of pit holes to not to falll into. If oyu hear a little JBP voice in your head that says "Well, good luck to you two, haha." then you might want to watch your 'step' :-) ;-)
Saurabh mehta
Saurabh mehta 2 жыл бұрын
@7he VoiD That's true. You have to live with that for a long time
Joacinhof3style
Joacinhof3style 2 жыл бұрын
Where?
7he VoiD
7he VoiD 3 жыл бұрын
going through this right now. it's even worse when you're the ass..
ArrantChip
ArrantChip 3 жыл бұрын
I cannot express how thankful I am for Jordan Peterson and his posting of his lectures on KZbin. Thank you so much for sharing what you know and truly teaching us something.
Seepferdchen91
Seepferdchen91 6 жыл бұрын
Pumping out content. This man is on a mission.
Metallkopf
Metallkopf 4 жыл бұрын
And he'll make you count balls!
Farid Hajji
Farid Hajji Жыл бұрын
This is an incredibly good lecture. I can't believe it is free. Thank you so much! Now on to Part 2.
Wes Sho
Wes Sho 6 жыл бұрын
thanks for being a great teacher Jordan and dedicating your life to it, you're a badly needed Shepard for the masses
dujadobra Natasha
dujadobra Natasha 2 жыл бұрын
These lectures are keeping me sane through the outbreak. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!💕
Leanna Perry
Leanna Perry 3 жыл бұрын
This lecture series is awesome, definitely didn’t have anything like this in art school 💕
Lukas Lukaas
Lukas Lukaas 3 жыл бұрын
0:23 The world is to complex for us to perceive in total 1:48 Definition of story and metastory 2:24 How we model the world 3:54 Psychophysiological effects and methods of measure 5:14 Habituation 8:43 Sokolov’s concludes that we create a complex internal model of the world 10:03 Betrayal as an example for building a new concept 12:13 Orienting reflex occurs in the hippocampus 14:34 Why postmodernists emerged 16:30 Books you read at different ages are not the same books 18:02 Invisible Gorilla experiment => How we model the world, what we pay attention to 27:02 Your value structure determines what you see in the world 31:24 Layers of complexity, what you see when your computer crashes 35:43 Invisible interdependence of things 38:35 In a depression a minor event can take out high order abstractions 42:21 Use the simplest tool to fix a problem 43:10 =>Microanalysis of problems in relationships, do not jump to abstract levels 46:03 Playing the social game 47:46 The thing itself and the concepts lay over it 50:51 Perception bias: We can disagree about the facts 54:36 Language is a representation of objects and concepts 55:40 Science and Religion - Atheists vs. Fundamentalists 59:37 Scientific method explained 01:01:15 The major problem of the scientific perspective 01:03:09 We need two ways of looking at the world 01:10:16 Complexity problem in clinical word and in politics 01:14:30 Big 5 in politics: Conscientiousness and openness 01:17:46 The world is physically framed 01:20:18 Huxleys Brave New World: Everyone belongs to everyone, no discrimination 01:21:47 How houses frame our world 01:23:01 Framing in political systems 01:25:06 Our physiological structure frames the world 01:26:30 The internet as a problem for information foragers 01:27:16 The nervous system inhabits not just our brain 01:28:28 Separation of brain/rationality and body/emotion 01:31:43 Brain/-parts 01:36:44 PTDS in conscientious people, situational analysis to reconstruct your worldview 01:40:24 Brain parts: Hippocampus compares your model of the world to reality 01:41:22 Hypothalamus provides psychological frames 01:44:12 DNA replication and cellular transportation systems 01:52:02 Psychophysiological representation of Paget’s developmental process 01:54:39 Motivations frame the world and emotions track the progress 02:01:23 Basic motivations 02:06:45 Piaget addresses the evolution of value systems 02:10:38 If you see misery and feel bay, maybe chance your value structure 02:16:49 What a frame does & mescaline experience
d Lon
d Lon 8 ай бұрын
You legend. Thanks
cbashe
cbashe Жыл бұрын
Profound. I'm extremely grateful that you upload these lectures for free. I just bought 12 Rules...
umiluv
umiluv 3 жыл бұрын
It’s amazing to see something we completely understand and do without thinking being brought to light in our consciousness.
Oddysee
Oddysee 5 жыл бұрын
You're actually more of a tool AND an obstacle to the students because you give them the information that enables them to pass the class and move towards their goal but you also can potentially give them a failing grade in the class and stand in the way of them reaching their goal. Very interesting stuff. I'm really enjoying these lectures.
Jackson Lenhart
Jackson Lenhart 6 жыл бұрын
I see an interesting parallel between how Peterson is saying we perceive the world and computer programming. Recent trends show that functional programming is growing much faster than object oriented programming, reinforcing the idea that our environment is generally made up of tools rather than objects.
uPsIdEdOwN
uPsIdEdOwN 6 жыл бұрын
Jackson Lenhart "Affordances" in video game design.
Darth Squidious
Darth Squidious 3 жыл бұрын
Love these lectures, any chance we could see the assignments also?
Akshay Kumar
Akshay Kumar 11 ай бұрын
Attending University of Toronto from the other half of the world (India) Dr. Peterson's passion to impart knowledge to all 🧡🧡
Jay bird
Jay bird 5 жыл бұрын
This man is extraordinary!
katelynn graham
katelynn graham 7 ай бұрын
Currently laying in bed doing little leg exercises and watching this. Thank you for teaching me to never use my illness as an excuse. Love you Dr Peterson!!
Alex Henderson-Clark
Alex Henderson-Clark 6 жыл бұрын
I would like to say thank you Jordan Peterson for these lecture uploads. While I think its hard to specifically say what I have learn from listening to them all, all I tell is that I'm learning more about myself, and more so what I can actually accomplish with that knowledge. Either way Mr. Peterson has helped me become a more confident, and more thoughtful in general. Keep it up =p
Karl Montens
Karl Montens Жыл бұрын
As a victim of several crimes JP lectures have improved the way I can articulate my thoughts, hence my defense. The judge was impressed and the prosecutor put on the spot.
wupeide
wupeide 5 жыл бұрын
Absolutely fabulous lecture!
Joe Eickson
Joe Eickson 5 жыл бұрын
hello Mr Peterson, my name is Joe, super stoked to be here listening to you speak. I will be watching you in all my free time for the foreseeable future, not because I need credit for my education, I have a fulfilling career, or because you the old wise man, I'm rather old. I am here and I am a patron because of what you have to give me. never stop teaching those who cannot grasp the world as you do, we need it.
To The Moon
To The Moon 6 ай бұрын
Thank you Jordan. I feel very thankful to have the possibility to learn from all these insights you have worked hard to compile, articulate and package into these lectures. Incredible work! And incredible times we live in. Much love
Kyle Pugh
Kyle Pugh 5 жыл бұрын
The content of this class should be offered all over the place; I've been striving to make sense of all this for years. I recently determined to incorporate this kind of wisdom into my classes when I start teaching (cuz I'm tired of seeing Pinocchio's go to Pleasure Island), and, BAM, here's a crash-course. Thank you, professor.
Duke Dyer
Duke Dyer 2 жыл бұрын
My dear sir, thank you for your lectures. They help with making sense of my life a lot. I ask you to please check out the second chapter of Skinner's "Behavior of organisms" where he describes the procedure by which he prepared the rats for his experiments. Yes, they were a tad hungry before the experiment. No, they generally were not starved to 75% body weight. It's closer to the end of the book where he describes the starvation experiment. That was a single case: he was checking whether a rat works itself to death while on variable low ratio intermittent reinforcement schedule. They mostly do, by the way.
Margaux Washington
Margaux Washington 7 ай бұрын
He's so smart!! He takes the time to break everything down for us. Doing my best to follow him; my mind is blown!
DantesInferno
DantesInferno 5 жыл бұрын
Listening to your lectures have helped me mature and understand myself in gigantic leaps. Thank you.
Sparkly Horns
Sparkly Horns 5 жыл бұрын
Thanks for your hard work. I truly appreciate what you do.
Debanjan Chowdhury
Debanjan Chowdhury 6 ай бұрын
This is an tremendous lecture. Kudos to Dr. Peterson for a captivating and magnificent presentation. So much thing to grasp and accumulate about human beings. Just mind blowing.
Jess Blah
Jess Blah 5 жыл бұрын
Anyone interested in the DNA animation, check out "Kinesin walking on a microtubule." Each little foot is alternating between 2 and 3 phosphates changing the adhesion to the microtubules. It carries things across cells. Beautiful.
Andrew Karsten
Andrew Karsten 3 жыл бұрын
Martin Isreb It was mentioned in the lecture
Martin Isreb
Martin Isreb 3 жыл бұрын
@Jess Blah Super curious: how’s this relevant?
SeleckPlays
SeleckPlays 3 жыл бұрын
31:38 Peterson dropping some knowledge! What he says here makes so much sense it made me pause and think about it. Amazing!
Lynn Fux
Lynn Fux 4 жыл бұрын
Thank you so very much for uploading this, it has helped me in more ways than I can say. This is a service to humanity.
vishV naik
vishV naik Ай бұрын
I miss this old -- gold -- truth -- be -- told -- lecturer JP 😯😮🧐😨🥺❤💙💜🖤🤎🌀☯🥺🌀
高Daniel
高Daniel 2 жыл бұрын
1:24:06 We agree to play by rules; Elect a candidate ; Filter to a binary choice ; Play a game to determine who the leader will be ; The power transitions peacefully ; And no one gets killed ; Its a bloody miracle !
Rules4Life
Rules4Life 7 ай бұрын
Imagine this is a class room! Those students were so lucky to have such a passionate and intelligent teacher.
CandymanDan
CandymanDan 2 жыл бұрын
I actually got exposed to Jordan Petersons videos a couple years ago, but I guess I wasn't ready for it, because I never followed it up. I've luckily rediscovered these videos in the nick of time, because it's really been helping me control the chaos surrounding the finalization of my master thesis, I can't remember when I last was this calm before handing in a semester-project, but there's still some days to go, so I guess we'll see. Anyways, it's very interesting to get a look into the field of psychology, especially everything relating to perception, ain't been much of that in my studies of architecture.. guess that explains the concrete and steel.
Random Roses
Random Roses 2 жыл бұрын
I was introduced to psychology when I discovered Vance Packard, another of the late 20th century’s foremost psychologists (“People Shapers” and others). It illustrated the importance of continuous vigilance in every area of life to protect one’s mental state. It gave many examples how the most talented highly qualified individuals(who should be working to improve the human condition) are recruited by businesses and political interests to create unease, anxiety and low self esteem so that these entities can sell us back these feelings that they had stolen. Bait and switch and distract like the invisible gorilla.
Renee Shakara 🇳🇬
Renee Shakara 🇳🇬 2 жыл бұрын
27:03 The value structure that you inhabit determines what you perceive. It doesn't just determine what you expect or want. It bloody well determines what you see! And that makes world a completely different place.
LennyBgood
LennyBgood 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you Mr. Peterson for todays lessons!
Tt Yy
Tt Yy Жыл бұрын
wow this was intense, to say the least. i felt like applauding at the end of the lecture. Thank you Dr. Peterson.
Graham Lawrence
Graham Lawrence Жыл бұрын
This is such great, great philosophy, about life and meaning and science and virtually anything that matters, and it is perfectly "listenable to" by an averagely intelligent person - whereas if you pick up a book about philosophy, especially by a famous philosopher, it will just drive you crazy with its apparent irrelevance to anything in life that anyone with common sense could possibly care about. This is just precious, precious stuff.
sweetcara14
sweetcara14 5 жыл бұрын
Great series. Right around 1:27:00 you went into something regarding PTSD and relationships that is tremendously helpful to putting a past relationship in its proper perspective.
Issel Harel
Issel Harel 2 жыл бұрын
A very mental dynamic and expanding lecture. Thank you for existing in this 3D world Dr. Peterson. I posted some of your knowledgeable KZbin videos on Facebook. You stimulate my brain in an atomic magnitude!
Nicole -secondary email- Morton
Nicole -secondary email- Morton 4 жыл бұрын
Just realised that double-tapping the right side or the left side of the video allows you to scan forwards or backwards in 10 second increments. Awesome. On the KZbin mobile app, that is.
Abdul Fareed
Abdul Fareed 2 жыл бұрын
Good luck with the newfound knowledge. :)
Esoteric Vault
Esoteric Vault Жыл бұрын
Jordan Peterson you are an amazing and wonderful inspiration to me. I am very thankful for these lectures. Thank you Sir. You are the Father I never had, and I am 45 years old now, I have never had a Father in my lifetime, and I thank you for everything you do. You are Magnificent! Thank You!
TrueTreeRadio
TrueTreeRadio 5 жыл бұрын
Thankyou to Prof. Peterson for putting these videos out. I'm in the process of watching every video from 2017. I've watched a few from years before, and it's very cool to see Prof. Peterson change his style and delivery slightly year by year as he develops as a person (Like all of us).
widebody_everything
widebody_everything 6 жыл бұрын
Hey Mr Peterson, im a 19 year old living in georgia, USA and I found you while watching Joe rogans podcast. it's amazing how you articulate these things with such accuracy and a lot of the things you say profoundly resonate me. the weight of your words is heavy but I was curious more than anything is to ask you a few questions about things and how I could possibly get in contact for a dialogue. also I would highly recommend Rupert Sheldrake if you haven't already seen him. we are in the midst of a great intellectual awakening because of minds like yours
Aaron Black
Aaron Black 5 жыл бұрын
Mr. Funn use his patreon website. He has a regular Q & A for like $50
Jacob Williams
Jacob Williams 2 жыл бұрын
Interesting, you're describing some of the exact problems I've experienced as an autistic person. I have trouble catching on to 'the game'. Especially as a child, when I had no awareness of this game or interest in playing it, usually because some special interest just HAD me. And then as a teenager, knowing there was a game I was getting all wrong, but firing off all this behaviour trying to get close to the desired pattern, and failing, going too far in one direction or another. And then as an adult, knowing how to play the game, but being unable to actually EXIST while I do it. Simply mirroring, endlessly, to the point that my emotions, goals, beliefs outside of just getting this right, are all shut down. And finding that the only places I can exist is by myself, with children, or with other autistic people, where we seem to play the same game (seems this way from looking at studies where communication among all autistic groups is as efficient as communication between all NTs, and more efficient than a mixed group of autistics and NTs). And I think the emotional regulation piece is crucial there, because to some degree the safety net that everybody else seems to experience isn't there. And so much else is scary. So then you have anxiety, you have to suppress your own behaviour to play the game, which I guess everyone does, but autistic behaviour will be naturally further from the norm so it takes more work, and then you have to figure out, which is the stage I'm at right now as I approach 30, is how to actually EXIST within this game. Thanks for helping me clarify what's going on.
Eric Vrenios
Eric Vrenios 5 жыл бұрын
This was a particularly interesting lecture. Cant get enough of Peterson.
Ninuruta nin
Ninuruta nin 6 жыл бұрын
Well, I wanted to be a Jungian analyst since around the age of 15. Now after countless Jordan Peterson videos I've changed my sights to evolutionary neuro science and cognitive science. Thank you for your profound moral wisdom.
max wang
max wang 5 ай бұрын
2:11:00 this is a great inspiring revelation, what you see (and feel, broadly) is highly dependent on what you are aiming at.
An anomaly of the collective unconscious
An anomaly of the collective unconscious 5 жыл бұрын
Mr. Peterson, thank you for uploading these for everyone to experience for free. I am sure you know how much this means to other random people on the internet who watch these lectures, but I will add to the mass of "thank you"s with one of my own for helping me organize my thoughts and emotions in a more logical and comprehensive way than any other way of thinking propagated to my generation today.
Phil Strong
Phil Strong 3 жыл бұрын
I really like your lecture series, and certainly agree with most of what you say. One important difference, I spent a decade solving problems using genetic algorithms - these are computer programs which mimic the biological process of natural selection, they are the best known optimisation methodology for highly non-linear problems. However, there is a huge difference between natural selection and evolution - and most people don''t understand this, to evolve something requires the addition of large quantities of design information, not just in the genome but in the machinery and associated mechanisms of interpretation. No overall increase in information has ever been observed, and information theory forbids this, so I'd recommend intelligent design as a better explanation.
Jill Sorbera
Jill Sorbera 4 жыл бұрын
Thank you for the different view of depression. For 15 years everyone acted like the whole problem was me.
chris gray
chris gray 4 жыл бұрын
Another wonderful chance to learn a little more about myself. Thank you professor Peterson. As ever I will need to process this. But let me just try to summarise my thinking thus far. If I understand it correctly the Object/Relevance utility of perception is focused through, and runs parallel with, the utility of actioning goal-oriented acquisition. Paying focused attention to a micro event in a macro environment, when the doors of perception are flung wide open the object/relevance lens reduces the resolution in order to increase the field of focus. If a thing is irrelevant to a goal it falls to such a low resolution of significance as to become invisible. Our information filter has to reduce each "entity of functional significance" to its maximum resolution of usability in pursuit of a goal. Music and stories provide us with a safe environment, safe enough to adjust our focus from the aggressive action based here and now, to the more passive and contemplative receiving of information for the joy of learning. The acquisition of knowledge in and of itself is useless with out a goal, but in passive receipt we aim to develop our internal map of the landscape we hope to be moving toward. We learn possibilities and develop our outcome-based strategies. We construct buildings within a walled city with in our internal landscape that package complex ideas and remembered experiences in to neat, easily recognisable signposts. The very sight of which might be enough to unpack the contents without having to reduce environmental awareness too much.
Nyanko
Nyanko 4 жыл бұрын
The more I listen to your lecture, the more I understand how Roger Zelazny conceived his Chronicles of Amber.
Doudrigo
Doudrigo 2 жыл бұрын
These lectures are so amazing although not more than the fact i can get them for free!
Trevor Stanfill
Trevor Stanfill 2 жыл бұрын
Brilliant man. I am loving these lectures they are so helpful. One comment of his in this lecture I disagree with is the idea that there is no heirarchy in facts. Because although he is correct personal bias gets in the way of favoring one theory over another, the axioms of science must be held in higher regard than some statements that come from them. For a crude example, the conservation of energy is a law that must be followed and allowed Stephen Hawking to derive his theory of black hole radiation. In this sense, it is useful to see fundamental observed truths in a higher position than the laws that obey these truths.
Nathaniel Girma
Nathaniel Girma 2 жыл бұрын
This is literally my preferred choice of entertainment
yo milo
yo milo 5 жыл бұрын
When this first came out, I put it in my Watch Later playlist. Little did I know all the great content to come
MnemoniXs
MnemoniXs 5 жыл бұрын
Loving the series Jordan. Looking forward to the Bible analysis. On a side note of agreement: Pretty sure the insight we glean from the gorilla/football experiment is applicable to why there are so many motorcycle crashes/incidents. You'd think a motorbike would be similar enough to a car that you're looking out for, and different enough to stand out, but when you speak to motorcyclists they often describe drivers of cars as not seeing them there. That they look right through them and say, pull out of a junction causing a collision.
Mariusz Wiesiolek
Mariusz Wiesiolek 4 жыл бұрын
When he said, "the normal state of all things is broken, not, working" is something that I think about for past few months.
Dave Beech
Dave Beech 2 жыл бұрын
I am in awe of Dr Peterson's intellect. His advice to 'pay attention', which he explains so brilliantly here, uncovered my wife's infidelity, deception, and malicious dishonesty, stretching back over 20 years. It ended my marriage but freed me to finally embrace life at 50 years old. Thank you, Sensei Peterson.
Holzman Michel
Holzman Michel Жыл бұрын
How can the world thank this guy for what he's doing? He makes all of his Knowledge available to us without hesitation because he's trying to heal the world by focusing on each and one individual. He wants society to work! Again: how can the whole world thank this guy enough?
Brandon Rodriguez
Brandon Rodriguez 6 жыл бұрын
1:37:00 . I'm very high in conscienceness and this is extremely true. life became a million snakes at once for quite some time. I've came out so much better on the other side and this makes me grateful. but damn it was not easy.
Judith Smith
Judith Smith 4 жыл бұрын
Hi there Brandon I just noticed that you have perhaps used the wrong word, the spelling is a little bit confusing. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS is the word you want. When writing you will notice after the "n" the letters "tious" takes your word where you want to go. -------------------------------------------- For example: con·sci·en·tious [ˌkän(t)SHēˈen(t)SHəs] ADJECTIVE (of a person) wishing to do what is right, especially to do one's work or duty well and thoroughly. Definition of conscientiousness : the condition or quality of being conscientious Apparently, the secret to a happy, healthy adulthood is learning early on to deal with disappointment and developing strong character traits-persistence, curiosity, conscientiousness, optimism, and self-control. Not surprisingly, they have found that people blessed with innate conscientiousness, meaning that they are organized and predictable, typically eat better and live longer than people who are disorderly. - Gretchen Reynolds -------------------------------------------- It's a tricky word especially if you are also writing or speaking of "consciousness" as well. con·scious·ness [ˈkän(t)SHəsnəs] NOUN the state of being awake and aware of one's surroundings. "she failed to regain consciousness and died two days later" The letters "science" do not belong within either of those words. English and spelling can be difficult - I hope that helps. Regards.
Faan Ross
Faan Ross 6 жыл бұрын
Hi Dr. Peterson. Thanks again for an enjoyable and insightful lecture. Just one question, I was wondering when you were talking about measuring perspiration of the skin in resistance, you did not perhaps mean conductance? We may be referring to different protocols, but as far as I am aware the most common method for measuring electrodermal activity is galvanic skin response, which measures the conductance (in Siemens, not ohms). This would make more sense as sweat has dissolved minerals in their ionic form which would increase conductivity of electrical flow, not resistance.
Perplexed Penguin
Perplexed Penguin 5 жыл бұрын
I love how KZbin started out as cartons of unicorns and home made videos filmed with razor phones... to this. KZbin is becoming a grand school of knowledge and training, in form of lectures and tutorials. KZbin will go down in history as a pivotal milestone in human progress. A school for the people, by the people.
Gizelle Smith
Gizelle Smith 2 жыл бұрын
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amante pensanta
amante pensanta 5 жыл бұрын
One problem I had with these lessons was that I couldn't take part in the writing assignments, since I don't go to the university. Today I finally saw the link in the description, selfauthoring.com/. Time to start not only listening but doing!
Peter Wallack
Peter Wallack 3 жыл бұрын
Jordan ~ You here in this lesson is my most constant way of inviting an intellectual interesting guest into my house within my walls. My wife is here and others only briefly and on rare occasions .
Ryan McKenna
Ryan McKenna 5 жыл бұрын
Best in this lecture series so far! So damn good.
Ryan McKenna
Ryan McKenna 5 жыл бұрын
love the point made at 1:11:23
First Last
First Last 6 жыл бұрын
Imagine turning up early for a Jordan Peterson lecture.
Patrick O'Gorman
Patrick O'Gorman 2 жыл бұрын
Haha well said
Donovan van der Linde
Donovan van der Linde 5 жыл бұрын
I love this course !
Sid1138
Sid1138 Жыл бұрын
The problem with the "minimum effort" theory is that there are always secondary effects. If you go for the smallest thing to fix the problem, the secondary effects may be worse than the original problem.
Limitless 1
Limitless 1 4 жыл бұрын
great lecture i can't stop watching this :)
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