Jordan Peterson | Full Address and Q&A | Oxford Union

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5 жыл бұрын

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A Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, Peterson has received considerable media coverage after publishing a series of videos criticising the Canadian government's move to enact Bill C-16, which made misgendering a form of hate speech. His recent bestselling book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos topped the Washington Post, WSJ and Reuters U.S bestsellers lists
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A J 5 жыл бұрын
Love the way he responded to the older lady, who didn't really have a question - she just wanted to make a statement. He looked straight at her, and then expanded on what she was saying, making her feel valued and respected for her comments. And he would have carried on talking to her, if the guy introducing him hadn't moved on to someone else. How often do you see that - someone so respectful and careful with other people's dignity. That shows nobility of character, and humility. A whole lesson in itself.
Kyle's Cool Clips
Kyle's Cool Clips 5 жыл бұрын
I wish there were more people like you who show recognition for such a trait.
Signal 20
Signal 20 5 жыл бұрын
Saw that too and chalked it up to him being a clinical psychologist. He's doing what comes second nature now after years of practice. Not only a good speaker but a good listener too.
A J 5 жыл бұрын
Could well be the explanation. But I still think that many others in that situation - having the spotlight on you in a Q&A session, would have felt the pressure, and would have said to her - "So, what's your question?" He didn't do that, despite it probably being obvious to him that this was not Q&A, and that most people seeing it would know it wasn't. Her dignity - not embarrassing her in public, was more important. To me - that's impressive. Or perhaps I'm just too big a fan, and reading too much into this! :)
Signal 20
Signal 20 5 жыл бұрын
A J - No, it's impressive because it's so rare nowadays within out self centered culture. It used to be prevalent in society and I'll illustrate with a quick story. My dad and I were driving home from lunch when I noted that one of his friends was outside speaking with the police. I suggested we stop and see what's going on. To which my dad did the exact opposite and took another route home. When I asked him why he did that. He said that his friend was an adult and could take care of his own situation but what would make it worse was if he knew we saw him in a compromising situation. It was a move to save face and dignity, which is important in our culture. Dad didn't ignore the situation but knew that interrupting would have caused more harm than good for his friend. It turned out to be nothing serious but I learned a lesson about caring for the dignity of others that day.
Bobby Crush
Bobby Crush 5 жыл бұрын
There is a different manners system in England. Pretty standard here.
Ali 8 ай бұрын
“Conceptual dispute is the substitute for war and death.” What a magnificent articulation! A great discussion!
MIOH23 7 ай бұрын
It was and always will be, basically all war is begin when the conceptual dispute doesn't come to a point respected by all parties involved. This is something people keep underplay, like saying they hate people who talk too much or the phrase no action talk only, which undermine the importance of talking which is the basis of thinking. Action when not going through rigorous process of thinking will always be dangerous, but the world keep on forget it like they forget what they ate last week.
Amanda B
Amanda B 5 ай бұрын
AKA diplomacy. Not a new concept! Next, JP will be saying, "If only the Israelis and Palestinians would talk". 🤦‍♂
Nick Bullock
Nick Bullock 2 ай бұрын
Shame it's jibberish though. when he uses the word conceptual he is admitting that he needs obfuscation to hide the lack of content in what he is saying.
gable dear
gable dear Жыл бұрын
It is genuinely amazing how much more quickly Jordan's mind runs compared to mine. Having this variety of vocabulary and being able to articulate at this rate of speed is entertaining in itself.
RenStarburst Жыл бұрын
He is reading a lot
James Few
James Few Жыл бұрын
I couldn't agree more. I find myself literally, in a surprisingly, heightened sense of comprehension as he speaks.
James Few
James Few Жыл бұрын
Well hell nothing ventured nothing lost.
VVayVVard Жыл бұрын
@NaughtyPanda Not necessarily. People tend to talk faster about concepts and ideas relating to their own field, and slower about ones outside their field of expertise. This is because the human brain adapts to the information it is given, and to the tasks it is used for. I believe Peterson is making great points that I could probably come up with myself as well, but I would never be able to emulate the speed at which he formulates them. But I'm a medical researcher specialized in the science of human aging, who has basically spent the last 10 years studying biomedicine, so that's just what we'd expect. Rather than intelligence, it's more a matter of specialization.
lolence3 11 ай бұрын
This lecture wasn't long enough. He had some excellent questions and had the time to actually articulate answers without interruption. Could have easily had 3 hours. This lecture shows, as Jordan expressed, that these older universities, where people value their place, hold much more respect for the value of academia, and open honest discussion. Such values should be reinforced in the weider world.
Javahne 3 ай бұрын
You clearly haven't seen recent Oxford/Cambridge Union debates, they completely went off the cliff.
Carter Mitchell
Carter Mitchell 9 ай бұрын
I have to express tremendous admiration for these young people and the absolutely thoughtful questions that they were able to formulate. While it's not possible to know whether they did so prior to the discussion or on the fly, the intelligence exhibited is absolutely inspiring. We are so used to seeing and hearing thoughtless nonsense foaming from the mouths of so-called students that it's easy to forget that there are young people in the world who can actually lead us away from chaos and destruction.
Moeez Awan
Moeez Awan 7 ай бұрын
Well its not a woke American university ...This is freaking Oxford cream of the world studies here
victor hopper
victor hopper 7 ай бұрын
not likely to lead away from chaos at all. the harder one trys to avoid chaos only gives it more power when the outburst comes. the biggest changes in humans lives are brought by inventions of engineers not by feelings. the chaos brought by social media on the internet is just a example of this. the beauty of the internet is how quickly a lie can be pointed out not that it prevents lies.
SpiderDan PinoyParker
SpiderDan PinoyParker 4 ай бұрын
Their brains are still developing and are emotionally biased in their thinking. It takes a while to fully mature.
Wilderness Music
Wilderness Music 5 жыл бұрын
This is why I love the internet. An interview where a question is asked and the response is allowed in completeness, uninterrupted. As opposed to mass media and a 30 second response time, which when entering innovative ideas, 30 seconds is certainly not possible, not only not possible, but make the response "crazy" in the minds of the surface idea idiots. Thus we learning nothing in an accusatory, fast response environment, and the same old ideas remain seemingly as the only "sane" answer.....stagnation is the result.
George Shibley
George Shibley 5 жыл бұрын
I mean you can see the levels of salt the MSM has too because of all the hit pieces that get put out on cultural and intellectual figures who developed a successful level of celebrity through the internet. Before The MSM had much more control over who got to speak about what issues to the American People and for how long. On top of all of this they didn't always approach their work with a sense of integrity that was oriented towards intellectual honesty and thoroughness, but ratings. Be controversial if it gets more views. Finish things up and re-frame the conversation if you start to look bad. Left or right, we see everyone do it...I'm grateful that we have more options
P N 5 жыл бұрын
Wilderness Music - great comment. A quote I found in a comment section on the MSM interviewing JBP: "TV is cringe. It's like robots invited a human on."
kundan kumar
kundan kumar 5 жыл бұрын
John Forbes ...this is mainly why MSM is trying to kill the internet itself.
Rhys Peregrine
Rhys Peregrine 5 жыл бұрын
Watching tv is no stupider than watching KZbin. It amazes me when people rail against 'mainstream media' then behave as if KZbin is some sort of really important intellectual platform.
Ayush kumar
Ayush kumar Жыл бұрын
Such a beautiful discourse from both ends and such a privilege to experience this through internet sitting in my bedroom in the small town of India. Dr. Peterson level of articulation is off the charts.
JMB Жыл бұрын
I fell the same here in Brazil! 😊
Saiteja Duggaraju
Saiteja Duggaraju 10 ай бұрын
Me too
victor hopper
victor hopper 7 ай бұрын
did you notice that he talks about what always has been while the thing that has changed through out humanity is inventions and their value. what i find interesting is usually the copyright is given a longer time than the patent. i atribute this to the fact that wordsmiths make the laws.
The observer
The observer 4 ай бұрын
Yes, he's a brilliant, well spoken prick.
Gurman Singh
Gurman Singh 3 ай бұрын
True, for me as well !!!!
Private Citizen
Private Citizen Жыл бұрын
I wish someone would give Dr. Peterson an award for honesty, forthrightness, and integrity. He makes his points with specific examples and nails the idiocy of political correctness to the door. Bravo, sir. You have my undying respect.
stephen marshall
stephen marshall Жыл бұрын
I Stephen Marshall give Jordan Paterson the best and fairest award....This is a Jedi award...
Tobias Kvarnung
Tobias Kvarnung Жыл бұрын
@stephen marshall but is he granted the rank of master?
Nick Saunders
Nick Saunders Жыл бұрын
He completely ignores the reason why political correctness became a thing in the first place. His description about collectivist/tribal approaches is absolutely right. BUT, political correctness was an attempt to ensure that an individual would be treated with respect and NOT denigrated on the basis of their belonging to a tribal group seen as 'other'. Has political correctness gone too far? Yes it has and this is a common failing of the left (and I am of the left). We try to go too far, too fast, and end up alienating the majority of people who tend to agree with our basic premise. Peterson is an extremely intelligent man and although I disagree with a lot of what he says I find him stimulating. My disagreement with him is that, as with political correctness, he has a tendency to skate over inconvenient points. His speaking/lecturing/debating style is highly effective and highly deliberate. He speaks very quickly and does so to make it harder for his opponent and/or his audience to spot the gaps in his argument. Take the 'gender pay gap'. He makes a very convincing argument as to why it is overblown (and I think it is grossly over-simplified) but one of his key tenets (that women do not negotiate well) ignores (deliberately) the role of socialisation. Females are socialised to be feminine. Ask most little girls what they want to be when they grow up and 'a princess' will feature prominently. Females who attempt to be more like males in some respects tend to be criticised for it. They are accused of being 'aggressive', 'domineering' 'mannish'. Look at Thatcher, Merkel for example. Their femininity is denied and they are ridiculed for it. A woman who might have the confidence to negotiate successfully has to weigh up the possibility that her attempt will backfire in a way a man does not, and she will be taken LESS seriously for it. That being the case, I think he summed up western political history extremely well and it was worth watching the video just for that.
DunderHead 5000
DunderHead 5000 Жыл бұрын
I'd say the Nobel Prize but that's just a political toy these days.
andy halstead
andy halstead Жыл бұрын
@Nick Saunders what he was actually saying regarding the so called gender pay gap was the the difference between what men earn and what women earn is not totally due to gender . There are a number of logical reasons women in general earn less than men .
Nightshade Helis 🚁
Nightshade Helis 🚁 Жыл бұрын
Jordan Peterson, as far as I'm concerned, is (and always will be) the king of the north. I'm so excited to see him next year. I signed up for a 'meet and greet" and I'm afraid I'll get emotional because he's changed my life so much. As a disabled veteran, I can't thank him enough.
Looking In With Victor B
Looking In With Victor B Жыл бұрын
As a Canadian, I'll honor that crown. He is a sovereign I would pledge to.
fozzy f
fozzy f 8 ай бұрын
I met Jordan Peterson at the Apollo in London and spoke with him one on one for a few minutes not just in the met and great but while I was in the line outside he must of spoken to a good hundred people in the line before he was called inside, he is a very genuine kind person with an amazing sense of humour but also an immense intellect equalled only by his compassion and care for others. I spoke with him about how his books and online talks helped me with my procrastination and his response and attention to me in our brief chat was just amazing. He is a wonderful human being who deeply cares about people and possesses so much integrity, but his intellect is off the map and I have no doubt he will be spoken of in the centuries to come as one of the greatest minds of our age.
Rainbow Chateau
Rainbow Chateau 7 ай бұрын
@fozzy f what books helped with your procrastination cause I'm struggling terribly with it and need help
fozzy f
fozzy f 7 ай бұрын
@Rainbow Chateau Jordan Petersons 12 rules for life most certainly had the most impact on me. You have to start from the ground up and go through discomfort to move forward. Getting up early, making my bed every morning and keeping my personal space clean, tidy and organised was a good foundation. I then started doing push ups every day as exercise, and then cold showers, cold showers had a massive impact on me after a few weeks, it taught me to go through discomfort, and then other little steps which became easier and easier. It is very important to not just make little improvements but to remain consistent with them everyday after a while many good and positive habits will compound over weeks and months and will build into much bigger positive things in your life. I now wake up at 6.30 am most mornings without an alarm, my home is spotless and organised, I wild swim every morning workout 3 times a week, read one book a week, with all this on point work and grinding towards my goals is easy, I do have short lapses where I put things off to the next day, but if I try and do that I have my own mental prosses to just do NOW, just don't put things off, just do them now. 12 rules for life helped me immensely on my journey and pointed me in the right direction but bottom line it's your journey and you have to take action yourself, if you can't help yourself then no one will. Look in the mirror and ask your self is this a reason why I can't do something or just an excuse, bottom line you have to take action and be happy being uncomfortable at the start. Hope this helps
Villanelle 6 ай бұрын
@fozzy f Well said, that's brilliant you changed your life through simply reading that book.
Basti Жыл бұрын
Part 1: Hierarchy and its political significance Introduction 0:55 1. Value 1:52 2. Hierarchy 4:57 3. Inequality 6:03 4. Politics 6:46 Personality 8:24 Necessity of both 9:41 Summary 10:22 Part 2: Questions Q#1: Rejecting Political correctness 11:47 Q#2: Truth and Post-Modernism 18:59 Q#3: The source of meaning 28:43 Q#4: limitless questioning 39:06 Q#5 43:07 Q#6 51:47 Q#7 1:04:38 Q#8 1:09:13
Chike Donald Ibewuike
Chike Donald Ibewuike 7 ай бұрын
Thank you for putting this together.
The View finder
The View finder Ай бұрын
values = hierarchy = inequality (giving rise to power), power that then 'manufactures itself upon the sole [value] of preserving itself,' this is done by insuring tribal difference based upon colour, sex. Jordan's argument essentially suggests, those who are invested in the value of preserving power will do so on the basis of ensuring tribal divides, tribal divides based on colour, creed, sex. Thus, those of power will usually be of one creed, one colour, one sex,
gilbato Ай бұрын
God bless you
Good Day
Good Day 5 жыл бұрын
Thank you Oxford Union for letting Jordan speak. Too many higher education establishments blocking him out.
catastrofa killuminati
catastrofa killuminati 7 ай бұрын
Q and A sessions was fantastic, the exchange between the Asian student and Jordan Peterson was really one of the best examples I’ve seen of effectively reaching a common ground of mutual understanding regarding a contentious topic or issue. Hats off the the student for his articulation and open mindedness.
Waqar Azeem Khan
Waqar Azeem Khan Жыл бұрын
I love this man and the deeper meanings he manifests based on true identification of the problems, not leaving things in fog or justifying emotional doctrines. JP is brilliant.
John Glann
John Glann 4 ай бұрын
I think this man is definitely the niche of our time . The Freud of our time. I respect him and love him because no one is fighting for us as much as he. I know future generations will be either looking at him as a hero or a herald to why it went so wrong. A man withstanding so much hate with nothing but compassion for those people. A man that experiences hate speech on the daily but brings nothing but a lifetime of knowledge, WELL- read literature and studies and provides the output eloquently and succinctly. You are blind if you don’t know this man is your friend.
FB junkandcrap
FB junkandcrap Жыл бұрын
An astounding human being.... we are blessed to be alive with him.
Ric Young
Ric Young 6 ай бұрын
Awesome discussion!!! 👏 Such words of wisdom from Sir Peterson, and such patience and grace when answering questions.
Chiclette2021 Жыл бұрын
Dr. Petersen needs a nobel prize if such is available for his discipline in psychotherapy analysis because of his knowledge in this discipline. How human's minds work AND his knowledge of the way society works within groups together with his excellent use of words and English language makes him a force to reckon with and such a wonderful work of art of combining differemt elements to give us the whole picture! Bravo Dr. Petersen. You are truly a gift to all in this time where everything note worthy psychologically speaking has become so disjointed that socities are literally falling apart. Higher education has failed due to infiltrations of those who seek to control and not teach, listen, discuss, debate and learn. God bless you and the efforts you put into teaching millions of us through these talks on how exactly we humans work. You are the human operating system step by step, guide book!
The observer
The observer 4 ай бұрын
Mark Viereck
Mark Viereck 4 жыл бұрын
I can listen to him for hours. Never in my life did I ever think a human being could draw me in like Professor Peterson.
MrRangellll50 4 жыл бұрын
I agree, me too I just started watching and now I'm pursuing my happiness and taking back my life.
Borneo Stories
Borneo Stories 4 жыл бұрын
I have been listening to him for the last three days since I found his video on KZbin. He is so cool.
Maxim 4 жыл бұрын
Don`t worry, it´s just a phase.
Electric Inevitability
Electric Inevitability 4 жыл бұрын
Mate I've even watched some of his religions lecturers on KZbin. I wish I'd had teachers as competent as this man....I may have gone a different direction in life.
sourabh 4 жыл бұрын
That's because he uses all 3 forms of persuassion- ethos, pathos and logos
donna nutt
donna nutt Жыл бұрын
He has it all. Good looks, humor, brilliance, morality, and he still makes laugh with a good sense of humor. Oh, yeah. He doesn’t take himself too seriously. Awesome answers. Awesome man
Billy M
Billy M 2 жыл бұрын
I'm speechless. This gentleman presented a view of the world that is more insightful, honest, mature, healing and full of potential for a more harmonious society than any I've heard in a very long time. His intellect is very high yet he distills it down so it can be understood.
The View finder
The View finder Ай бұрын
values = hierarchy = inequality (giving rise to power), power that then 'manufactures itself upon the sole [value] of preserving itself,' this is done by insuring tribal difference based upon colour, sex. Jordan's argument essentially suggests, those who are invested in the value of preserving power will do so on the basis of ensuring tribal divides, tribal divides based on colour, creed, sex. Thus, those of power will usually be of one creed, one colour, one sex,
cavscout62 Жыл бұрын
I’ve said it before and I’m going today it again, I pray that these youngsters are aware of just how fortunate and Blessed they are to have this Man in their midst and are able to learn something from him.
Rules4Life Жыл бұрын
We’ve never met but you have done so much to improve my life Dr. Jordan Peterson. All by nothing more than coincidence, you were there when I looked for understanding. Thank you. Your greatly appreciated.
Dustin McCoy
Dustin McCoy Жыл бұрын
I could live 5 life times and never be able to fully understand his level of articulation. Absolutely brilliant beyond anything I am able to comprehend. Goodluck sir
NaughtyPanda Жыл бұрын
JP is a charlatan. The problem is people lack the education to see it. You said in an earlier comment you didn't understand anything he is saying. That's because you presume he is saying something non obvious and because JP is in fact saying only the obvious you don't get it. It's all empty verbiage. His opening remark is a classic. He says "complex biological creatures must move forward". This is classic JP. It's a terrible sentence because it's so vague nobody knows what he is talking about. When you try and work out what he is trying to say he appears to be stating the obvious. At which point it becomes embarrassing. It amazes me people don't see through it. Even those with little education.
NaughtyPanda Жыл бұрын
@Adam Smith Based on the comments I've seen, people don't seem to know what JP is talking about. Some interpreted the remark as meaning literally a living thing must physically move forwards (a somewhat ridiculous interpretation); others I've seen think he is referring to evolution; others think he is talking about progress towards a goal. May be there are still other interpretations.
Nicholas Martin
Nicholas Martin 5 ай бұрын
@NaughtyPanda Consider this:- Maybe you have a low resolution mind and he has a high resolution mind. It is easier for you to consider his statements as “empty verbiage” than to accept that your mind does not operate on that level. You understand about the steering wheel analogy (low resolution thinking) but if the car breaks down you have no understanding of what is wrong or how to fix it. Your level of understanding is “this brand of car is bad”. His level of understanding is “the reason this car stopped working is because the ECU function controlling the fuel injector to no. 3 cylinder is faulty, consequently the engine is not running properly. A safety function within the ECU is to shut the ignition off if the fuel system, from the fuel pump to injectors is in any way faulty to prevent unregulated increases or decreases to the power output to the transmission which could result in an accident.” It’s a starting point to realise how much you don’t know or understand. Then you can move on to improve you knowledge and understanding. You are exhibiting the following :-“[The] Dunning-Kruger effect, in psychology, is a cognitive bias whereby people with limited knowledge or competence in a given intellectual or social domain greatly overestimate their own knowledge or competence in that domain relative to objective criteria or to the performance of their peers or of people in general.” I’m sure Dr Peterson could explain it to you in great detail. Basically it means some people are too ignorant to realise how ignorant they are. I use the word ignorant in a non-derogatory sense. Calling JP a charlatan is just your unconscious way of protecting your comfort zone.
jeff liu
jeff liu 4 жыл бұрын
one of the few guys in our age that can challenge political correctness with clear reasoning and integrity, Respect!!!
Sean H
Sean H 4 жыл бұрын
Bollocks. Most people can challenge political correctness. The problem is when the racist bullies use that attack on political correctness as a support to their disgusting attitudes. Most people who see him as a champion dont realise he hates their attitudes and behaviour just as much...but he hasnt got a career niche there.
PITA 1211
PITA 1211 4 жыл бұрын
@Sean H No offense (honestly), but did you listen to full address that you're commenting on? Peterson believes that popular negative opinion should be the mechanism by which we deal with disgusting attitudes. I tend to be in agreement. If a free society wishes to remain free, they have to develop a thick skin with regard to speech, as well as the wisdom to know when speech is truly racist, misogynist, homophobic, etc, so that they can maintain the capacity to debate difficult subjects, or even have a sense of humor.
azarel thedark
azarel thedark 4 жыл бұрын
@Sean H People's racism and bullying are byproducts of the chaos of a free society. Free society is everything he (Petersen stands for). Without it we wouldn't have this exchange of ideas and power, education, and general human enlightenment.
Hagen Tronje
Hagen Tronje 3 жыл бұрын
And without being racist, insulting and disrespectful
Hyperfocus 3 жыл бұрын
@PITA 1211 100% agree. Look what happened when the BNP went on Question Time after all the uproar. They lost popularity when people actually had the chance to hold them upto debate. They went into obscurity then eventually disbanded.
Tijjani Abubakar
Tijjani Abubakar 5 ай бұрын
An address I don't get fed up with! Have watched it dozens of times and can watch it hundred times!❤
Mar Woodman
Mar Woodman Жыл бұрын
Mr. Jordan is one of the best men alive today. I'm extremely grateful to listen to his talks and that he is willing to share his knowledge. My life is changing dramatically since I started listening to him. Great, great man!
Beatit19 7 ай бұрын
Outstanding presentation of ideas, great questions and answers, I enjoyed this immensely. I wish it had gone for longer!
geoffn54 Жыл бұрын
Peterson has made me think again about a lot of issues. It's good to see a genuinely intelligent, decent individual influence young people.
Chancery Stone
Chancery Stone Жыл бұрын
Yeah people said the same about Hitler.
ExilixE Жыл бұрын
@Chancery Stone yeah except he's not inciting genocide so..
Looking In With Victor B
Looking In With Victor B Жыл бұрын
It is good you are thinking about things. It builds neuropathways and the more we build, the less likely we are to lose our minds in our old age.
John Clowes
John Clowes Жыл бұрын
Even though my head hurts I could listen to him for hours. I really enjoy the Q&A sessions. So thanks 👍
Carla D
Carla D 2 жыл бұрын
I love his take on free speech. 'Conceptional disagreement is better than war, pain and death.' Keep the lines of communication open.
Angry Snow Flake
Angry Snow Flake 2 жыл бұрын
@Anony Me the first thought that came to mind was John F. Kennedy using back channels to speak to Russian diplomats to avoid the cuban missle crisis turning into a nuclear war.
Carla D
Carla D 2 жыл бұрын
@Strums & Picks In Arizona, a forensic election audit is underway. The senate had to fight tooth and nail to get it. Four companies have been hired to do it. The board of supervisors in Maricopa county wouldn't turn over the election results so they had to be taken to court and forced to. Judges across the country were so afraid that they wouldn't hear the election fraud cases. The evidence has not been heard as of yet. I have personally seen many videos showing election fraud being committed. I have heard experts testifying. There are over 70K affidavits related to election fraud. Trump was right about the mainstream media. It is fake news.
Game Mage
Game Mage 2 жыл бұрын
@Strums & Picks its great that you know what the word sophist means, so its hilarious how badly you’ve misused it. Politics are reactionary, and I doubt heavily that JBP would have ever said that Trump was not also broadly responsible... because he isn’t a fool. So stop trying to strawman an entire person on one paraphrased comment about the political cesspit you probably call home. His contributions to modern discourse are invaluable, and I’m afraid if you can’t see that, you aren’t looking very closely. Every age has its crisis; he’s identified ours, from a psychological perspective primarily, which is excellent now that we’ve killed God. So, clean you damn room. We were almost all living in abject poverty only 100 years ago. And stop calling people sophists because you disagree with them... makes you sound like a damn sophist.
ladderzombie 2 жыл бұрын
He put it in reference to interpersonal relationships but as an IR and history student this line also immediately makes me think of the Cold War and like, any conflict going on right now. It's really universally applicable.
Paul Godson
Paul Godson Жыл бұрын
I always get awed by his ability to articulate things in speech, its absolutely bonkers to see a human being capable of such control in speech.
Bonane Patience
Bonane Patience 3 ай бұрын
Yeah he fits one of the categories of Solomon's Idea of a wise people and the Bible in general. He who restrain, control his lips is wise. Also the one who speaks correctly at the correct time in a correct way to a right audiens is wise.
Suresh Karanam
Suresh Karanam Жыл бұрын
So glad to see Oxford being so open compared to most universities in the US
Rock Forester
Rock Forester Жыл бұрын
He’s an astounding debater/arguer. Would’ve made a scary ass trial attorney. We have a lot of exposure to him in the US. He seems like a really decent fellow. From time to time he runs out of his lane which may be why he annoys people sometimes. But I could never question his sincerity. If he could lose his Canadian accent he would be perfect. (Just kidding. We love our Canadian neighbors.) 🇺🇸🇨🇦
Braden Torresan
Braden Torresan 2 жыл бұрын
If we didn’t have Jordan Peterson to defend against this irrationality, the world would be a much much worse place
Urban Commute
Urban Commute 2 жыл бұрын
The world is still crap.
Eva Luna
Eva Luna Жыл бұрын
I know, right! He is the knight in a shining suit... who’s come to our rescue. 😀
Chancery Stone
Chancery Stone Жыл бұрын
@Eva Luna God help us, if he's the answer to anything.
Arkyu Detoo
Arkyu Detoo 8 ай бұрын
@Chancery Stone He's not t he answer to everything, and I don't think he agrees on that as well.
gwynnus 4 ай бұрын
It was a pleasure seeing students allow a controversial figure to speak and express his views and challenge him with intelligent questions.
John Deighan
John Deighan 5 жыл бұрын
No denunciations, no placards, no strops or walkouts. Just an excellent discussion, respectful and intelligent, from the speaker and from the audience. That's how it should be done.
XHitsugaX 5 жыл бұрын
Ive been to many cities in England and talked to many students and people in general. The british tend to be very conservative on certain topics BUT on everything else they are very open minded. And the SJW-ism is not as prevalent there in my opinion
Russ Ian E. Lection-Hacker
Russ Ian E. Lection-Hacker 5 жыл бұрын
So you're saying we should set up our lobster farms along the lines of Oxford Union?
Chris Lynott Comedy
Chris Lynott Comedy 3 жыл бұрын
It's called "Democracy, tolerance, and maturity", nay "humanity", and should be the absolute minimum requirement for anyone wishing to be termed "human", much less those deemed to be the intellectual cream.
Goofy GrandLouis
Goofy GrandLouis 2 жыл бұрын
That's because England is not the Americans. As a Frenchman, it pains me to say this ( ;) ) but historically there was more polite society on Albion than in a lot of other places. Wether this remains the case in 2021, the jury is still out on this one though. But, still, it looks like Oxford is more tolerant than Berkeley.
Harshwardhan Shahani
Harshwardhan Shahani 4 ай бұрын
I actually searched for the transcript of the session online and downloaded it to fully comprehend at leisure the insights that he unveiled so eloquently. Thank you Mr Peterson.
John A
John A Жыл бұрын
I never listen to podcasts or talks. I think it just feels incredibly cheesy to do so. But watching Jordan's talks and listening to his podcasts just feels like a constant feed of learning going straight into my brain. It's incredible.
Greyfriars Жыл бұрын
In all the interviews and conferences I've seen with Dr Peterson I come away with the same thought. There is no one in the room that can match his intellect coupled with his clear and concise thought processes and explanations with no jargon or trendy buzz words. He's always open to other ideas and respectful if he doesn't agree. You can disagree with him but you can never say he isn't honest, straight forward and has integrity with a genuine wish to impart knowledge to enable people to understand the world around them.
Ayaz Soomro
Ayaz Soomro Жыл бұрын
"The abstract territory of conceptual dispute is a substitute for war and death." I can't even explain how deep and great this statement is.
Allosaurus Fragilis
Allosaurus Fragilis Жыл бұрын
As another great man, Churchill, put it.....far better to jaw jaw, than to war war.
Peter Roche
Peter Roche Жыл бұрын
Well, I have to say that was one of the most interesting Q&A's I've seen for a while. I'm afraid I was not able to keep up with him, intellectually, all the way through but I tried my best. His command of language, use of precise vocabulary was outstanding, his sharp mind etc etc., was above and beyond. In many ways he reminded me a little of the late Christopher Hitchens. What a refreshing voice to hear. Thank you Dr Peterson.
BRYAN S 2 ай бұрын
I would love to have seen him in discussion with Christopher Hitchens. I don't agree with Hitchens, but admire his erudition.
loaded pipe
loaded pipe 2 жыл бұрын
I cannot bring myself to understand why some people hate this man.His pure brilliance beyond ordinary. His ability to articulate his thoughts is another level.
James Of 7
James Of 7 2 жыл бұрын
Ppl whose feelings are hurt don’t care about all the points he made about free speech. Psychology has noticed an increase of narcissis. That means you can induce narcissist injury in more ppl than ever before, which is what trump did to the 60%. This all begins with being raised in forced schooling.
Joe Hiden
Joe Hiden 2 жыл бұрын
All I have to say is “if you see a cat on the street then PET IT! 👹” - Prof. J. Peterson… AKA the red skull Peterson 👹
Joe Hiden
Joe Hiden 2 жыл бұрын
@Peter Wilson so you think his books are only fleeting based on an immediate culture rather than a book that could relate to multiple cultures through time? 🤔
edgar hansen
edgar hansen 2 жыл бұрын
very true. he is the PC-social justice warriors nightmare. these days to promote manhood, deny the existence of the gender paygap and dismantle neo liberalism, marxism and feminism does not make you too many friends:) he knows his shit like there is no tomorrow. pure brilliance.
Joe Hiden
Joe Hiden 2 жыл бұрын
@Peter Wilson eh. I wasn’t aware philosophy had a higher order. Rather it has theories and substantial logic. It’s why math major is so in line with a philosophy major. Anyway if there is a higher order then they may yell at the hard determinism vs free will debaters. They’ve been working on that for over 2000 years.
floor Skin
floor Skin 2 жыл бұрын
Very measured and careful speech. A perfect example of action over reaction.
George M
George M Жыл бұрын
Everything Mr. Peterson says is thoughtful, profound, and insightful. His intelligence is a gift to the world.
Em YT Жыл бұрын
Thank you Jordan for your clearly defined, and expressed, thoughts and opinions.
Alex dies trying
Alex dies trying Жыл бұрын
Peterson is amazing at answering questions with actual answers. You know, substance. Applied intelligence.
Mark Ash
Mark Ash Жыл бұрын
i love this man . he speaks what im thinking but in a way im unable to express myself
Anderson Abissa
Anderson Abissa 2 жыл бұрын
This is literally the talk I didn't know i needed. Dr. Jordan Peterson you're gold !
Masada2 2 жыл бұрын
Olga Olga
Olga Olga 2 жыл бұрын
Please share, I know I do, especially with my nephews
The Troll King
The Troll King 2 жыл бұрын
He is one of the greatest minds we have seen in 600 years. It kills me that so many MSM figures want to destroy him.
Mike F
Mike F 2 жыл бұрын
@The Troll King because they’re so much smarter than he is. Lol.
Kerry Ewen
Kerry Ewen Жыл бұрын
I am 61 years old and a infant in thinking compared to this man . I’m hooked on his intelligence!
Antje Neiß
Antje Neiß 9 ай бұрын
Das ist wunderbar ausgedrückt!
John Coe
John Coe 2 жыл бұрын
Have to admit, he goes over my head at times. I try to hang on. But wow, what a brilliant man he is. A debater for a generation. I love Mr Peterson. And these comments are sooo good.
Maria Luisa Cruz
Maria Luisa Cruz Жыл бұрын
Love your honesty.
Looking In With Victor B
Looking In With Victor B Жыл бұрын
Rewatching this a month later. The things that once went over my head, I am starting to grasp.
Shantanu Tamrakar
Shantanu Tamrakar 2 ай бұрын
@Looking In With Victor B same
Chaos Жыл бұрын
This discussion is one of my favorite videos from Jordan Peterson
Solas Geal a 'Glanadh
Solas Geal a 'Glanadh Жыл бұрын
The most important thinker of the modern age. Bar none. Dr Peterson may be the one person who can pull us back from the precipice of absolute RUIN we find ourselves on. God bless him ❤
Republic of American Democracy
Republic of American Democracy 5 ай бұрын
Very captivating conversation. I feel enlighten to have gain this information.
Aris Lodin
Aris Lodin 2 жыл бұрын
I am so impressed not only by Peterson’s ability to communicate so clearly and passionately but by the breadth of his reading and understanding of his field.
Baz K
Baz K Жыл бұрын
We need people like this who make us think about ourselves in relation to others. I have found life is richer when you help others who are less rich in many ways to understand what is meant by rich.
David Moffitt
David Moffitt Жыл бұрын
Such a brilliant mind. Delighted to see this level of candor and debate.
Ralphy Laure
Ralphy Laure 11 ай бұрын
What a breath of fresh air to expert ience a brave , honest and knowledgeable thinker in today's world, not to mention the civility, appreciativeness and alertness of the audience. Wished Mr. Pterson could tour in a few forbidden countries in Eastern Europe, Asia and the middle East. Thanks
Brian Logan
Brian Logan 2 жыл бұрын
Jordan Peterson is a brilliant orator, a real verbal blackbelt. Always a great listen as well.
Tank - Fly - Boss - Walk - Jam - Nitty - Gritty.
Tank - Fly - Boss - Walk - Jam - Nitty - Gritty. Жыл бұрын
11:56 - Thoughts on political correctness. 18:59 Follow up question. 27:10 - Audience question #1 28:41 - Audience question #2 39:05 - Audience question #3 43:01 - Audience "question" #4 51:46 - Audience question #5 56:10 - " " Follow up.
Great White Shark
Great White Shark Жыл бұрын
Are you a public servant?
Great White Shark
Great White Shark Жыл бұрын
Or a butler?
MauveGreen Wisteria
MauveGreen Wisteria Жыл бұрын
Well, why not thank Radioactive. Someone might find his pinpoints helpful.
zain Жыл бұрын
Marius 11 ай бұрын
@Great White Shark why the spite?
Kim Williams
Kim Williams 4 жыл бұрын
This is where KZbin and social media platforms can be a blessing. To be able to watch Jordan Peterson speak at such a prominent venue among the world's future thinkers. I am grateful for having stumbled upon this.
Joey Levenson
Joey Levenson 4 жыл бұрын
In an age where KZbin vloggers are making longer videos to put more ads into, as their livelihood depends on it, and thus the level of meaningless noise and fluff goes up exponentially, there seems to be harder to find the time and energy to discern what’s worthwhile, a Jordan Peterson is almost always worth it. Thing is they’re always sooo long. Good use of time, for sure.
Ricky Tenderkiss
Ricky Tenderkiss 4 жыл бұрын
Kim Williams - My school had a year abroad program in Oxford, I studied Wittgenstein with Timothy Beardsworth, who then held the philosophy chair at New College (Oxford University is not one school but a collection of them, if you did not know), and the German enlightenment philosophers with Fiona … dammit, I forget her last name … at Magdalen (pronounced “maudlin”), and other things, and as part of it all … I belonged to the Oxford Union Society: I forget how many £ it cost, but it wasn’t much, and it was always quite crowded at night, because the reason to join was … _they had the cheapest beer in _*_all the city_*_ by over 80%,_ it was ridiculous, but aside from getting to hear Stephen Hawking speak and answer questions one evening, there wasn’t much reason to join other than the beer, and let me tell you _everyone_ who joined joined because of the beer, and I hate to disappoint you, but … maybe _two_ of the whole drunken lot of them were possibly the world’s future thinkers? and the rest of them were … well, pretty much little Jordan Petersons, full of bluster and verbiage and regurgitated bias presented haughtily as fact.
Mason Veil
Mason Veil 4 жыл бұрын
Except the algorithms only show it to certain people.
midi510 4 жыл бұрын
@Joey Levenson If you think this is long, watch his entire series on "The Physiological Significance of the Bible" back to back.
broncojonnes 4 жыл бұрын
god bless
ccm 2 жыл бұрын
A brilliant man Dr. Peterson. GOD BLESS HIM!
ryan griffin
ryan griffin Жыл бұрын
lovely to see the man speak and have a decent discussion with intelligent people rather than being spoken over by ignorant and agenda pushing presenters such a rational way of thinking really enjoy hearing his point of view and insights a remarkable man truly
Keith Evans
Keith Evans Жыл бұрын
My goodness he is balanced, analytical, sensitive, non judgmental, perceptive and has so many other worthy attributes. How different he is to the students rolling their eyes at his intellect unable to process his intelligent thoughts with their ideological mindset injected into them by these universities.
Acedia Жыл бұрын
Legend. Tells it like it is every time.
The FACT-Man
The FACT-Man Жыл бұрын
If I had money to run 3 generations, I would be sitting in my castle and reading books and listening to these people permanently.
John Patrick Hale
John Patrick Hale 5 жыл бұрын
Wow. This was by far one of the best talks that Peterson's ever given.
Mythical Being
Mythical Being 5 жыл бұрын
also a Poe.
Autarch Cyrus
Autarch Cyrus 5 жыл бұрын
Probably because it was a room full of scholars and academics talking about issues and topics and -not- people with the intent on making it political or making him look like a racist/bigot/pseudo-intellectual or whatever the goal is now or days.
The View finder
The View finder Ай бұрын
values = hierarchy = inequality (giving rise to power), power that then 'manufactures itself upon the sole [value] of preserving itself,' this is done by insuring tribal difference based upon colour, sex. Jordan's argument essentially suggests, those who are invested in the value of preserving power will do so on the basis of ensuring tribal divides, tribal divides based on colour, creed, sex. Thus, those of power will usually be of one creed, one colour, one sex,
Lars Dahl
Lars Dahl Жыл бұрын
_You're 18 and have all the answers and should go out and radically change the system_ (paraphrased). Perfectly describes me after the obligatory one-semester intro course to philosophy in the Norwegian University system in the 90s. At 62 (yeah, I was a late bloomer) I have somewhat softened my stance.
Raymond Taylor
Raymond Taylor Жыл бұрын
Good 👍 man.
Looking In With Victor B
Looking In With Victor B Жыл бұрын
I wish I had met him as a psychologist 10 years ago.... would have calmed me down tremendously and saved me from my foolishness.
Tommy Tombstone
Tommy Tombstone Жыл бұрын
For everyone who is disappointed at the students who are struggling to stay awake in the background: There exists a level of tired that is not easily overcome. Those of you who have pursued a very difficult degree, served in the military, or had small children will know what I'm talking about. No amount of coffee or Monster is going to wake them up (especially if they have AD(H)D). It isn't a matter of disrespect. It's a matter of being essentially forced to sit still in a presumably warm room with very little stimulus, while approaching a level of exhaustion that apparently this comment section cannot remember experiencing.
Roy Hewes
Roy Hewes 3 ай бұрын
10 million views, this is incredible enduring stuff which will shape many lives and society for years to come.
Paz Carretero
Paz Carretero Жыл бұрын
What a brilliant man this professor is, and honest and courageous! Thanks to all!!! I have learnt a lot today!
Stephen Lawson
Stephen Lawson Жыл бұрын
"The abstract territory of conceptual dispute is a substitute for war and death". I am honored to be alive to witness the profundity of Jordan Peterson.
NaughtyPanda Жыл бұрын
What does it even mean though? Assuming once again Peterson isn't stating the obvious ...
Stephen Lawson
Stephen Lawson Жыл бұрын
@NaughtyPanda Leading up to his statement he said the following; "And so you think, "well, if it changes day to day, how are we going to keep up?" The answer is, "by keeping up! Here we are. We’re alive. We can keep up, but we do that by thinking, and we think by talking, and we think and talk by disagreeing. And we better disagree conceptually, because then we don’t have to act out stupid ideas that would kill us." I think the "abstract territory" is in our mindsand is where we carry on disputes conceptually rather than act them out and end up killing one another. So, we substitutute killing one another, war and death as he put it, with arguing conceptually and coming to conclusions in a more peacful way. A good sustitute!
Stephen Lawson
Stephen Lawson Жыл бұрын
@NaughtyPanda No He not saying that. He saying this is what we already do.
Dragon Energy
Dragon Energy 5 жыл бұрын
That was utterly awesome. My brain is on overdrive right now. Kudos to the Oxford Union for hosting Dr Peterson. And thanks for uploading to KZbin!
Pineapplaplatypotamus 5 жыл бұрын
He has endless hours of content on KZbin, it's all so magical
Slakfocmsnvfgls 4 жыл бұрын
Your brain is on overdrive? Ever thought about reading a book?
Jen Waddell
Jen Waddell 3 ай бұрын
I'd feel so unbelievably honored to be in the same room as Jordan Peterson. Hopefully one day. Brilliant man!
Tengku Aliff
Tengku Aliff 11 ай бұрын
That was when the woke moralists realized that this man is one of the most educated and experienced person in his field. Interesting address and very professional Q&A session.
Clifton Torrence
Clifton Torrence Жыл бұрын
My Gawd, how I adore listening to this man. Such amazing wisdom in a single mind. I completely agree w/ his comment regarding the successful polity of the UK. My own appraisal of the Colonial Period ( Make the World, England ) was Christian England's attempt to "Save the World". The big problem now is that your social institutions, media, corporations, and government are very busy working to destroy and demean your culture, your history, & your future. Welcome 1984 !
Kate Batrak
Kate Batrak 2 жыл бұрын
Master and Margarita is one of the best books on Earth. It's the kind of book you absolutely get lost in every time you (re)read it. I am deeply grateful to Professor Peterson for appreciating Russian literature so much.
Malin Yamato
Malin Yamato Жыл бұрын
he must be one of the greatest scholars of this time. This was one of my greater moments listening to him.
The View finder
The View finder Ай бұрын
values = hierarchy = inequality (giving rise to power), power that then 'manufactures itself upon the sole [value] of preserving itself,' this is done by insuring tribal difference based upon colour, sex. Jordan's argument essentially suggests, those who are invested in the value of preserving power will do so on the basis of ensuring tribal divides, tribal divides based on colour, creed, sex. Thus, those of power will usually be of one creed, one colour, one sex,
Jeffrey Adams
Jeffrey Adams 2 жыл бұрын
“All the right wing psychologists are in this room, in this chair” Thanks Jordan, made my day!
Calimero Senfmann
Calimero Senfmann 2 жыл бұрын
Time Stamp plz :D
B & G
B & G 2 жыл бұрын
I thought he was a classic liberal? Aha.
ᔕᕼIᑭᗷᑌIᒪᗪIᑎǤ 2 жыл бұрын
1:13:05 it was a joke.
T'was an old username and I'll change it soon.
T'was an old username and I'll change it soon. 2 жыл бұрын
There are two interpretations for what he said. One is "It's as if you're saying all the right wing psychologists are in this room in this chair, presenting only a one-sided opinion." The other is "What's been said by the psychologists who've published those studies aren't right-wing. I'm the only right-wing psychologist there is." Either way, I'm fine with either of these.
ᔕᕼIᑭᗷᑌIᒪᗪIᑎǤ 2 жыл бұрын
1:13:05 it was a joke.@T'was an old username and I'll change it soon.
Barbara Leiss
Barbara Leiss Жыл бұрын
Thank God this man takes the time to think before he speaks! Kudos!
Bonane Patience
Bonane Patience 3 ай бұрын
Yeah I'm very impressed at that, like its hard for me to not be stressed and bother by the audiens staring at me while doing that and also not look deafeted. Solomon say:"A wise man thinks seven times before he speaks"
BRYAN S 2 ай бұрын
You nailed it. That is what impresses me the most about him, he chooses his words very very carefully, and is not afraid to say nothing until he formulates his answer. If I learned nothing else,thatcwould be a great lesson.i did of course learn a lot more besides.
Aquila Mxp
Aquila Mxp Жыл бұрын
What an amazing insights firmly grounded in a vast multi disciplinary knowledge and empiricism. Wonderful!
TheCindym1971 Жыл бұрын
I definitely learn a whole lot when listening to Jordan Peterson perhaps because I love hearing him talk.
Luke Davies
Luke Davies 2 жыл бұрын
He is very intellectual and respectful yes. I am and am not a fan of 12 rules for life at the same time. Half of my time reading it was interesting, the other half I was highlighting with my own critical notes in leaps in some of the things he was proposing. I do look forward to his next book.
NaughtyPanda Жыл бұрын
It's all an act. He isn't intellectual at all.
Deathbreed Жыл бұрын
I don't always understand what JP says but I learn something every time.
Bruce Tharp
Bruce Tharp 5 жыл бұрын
Dr. Peterson is an outrageous example of structured yet fluid intelligence with incredible and immediate memory availability. He is incredibly well read.
Russ Ian E. Lection-Hacker
Russ Ian E. Lection-Hacker 5 жыл бұрын
What back cover did you copy that from?
Andrew Lunceford
Andrew Lunceford 5 жыл бұрын
Garrett Johnson
Garrett Johnson 5 жыл бұрын
He has studied what he talks about, written about, taught about, and argued about for 30 years. Obviously he would know how to speak upon his speciality.
Bruce Tharp
Bruce Tharp 5 жыл бұрын
If I had offended anyone above my intent was simply to make a complimentary comment off the top of my head. No matter how well read Dr. Peterson has a spontaneous and expository style of presenting with minimal if any notes which is an incredible talent. Freud was often recognized for having such speaking ability coupled with fantastic memory capacity. He really is a complete psychologist as he seems to easily cover topics within the areas of learning, motivation, cognition, physiological, personality, social-psychological, neurological, etc. Unlike MOST APA psychologists, he has actually read and rigorously studied both Freud and Jung.
W.E.F. = World's Existential Foe
W.E.F. = World's Existential Foe Жыл бұрын
Dr. Peterson.....what can I say that others have not? Amazing man, full of compassion for his fellow human. This is probably part of the reason why progs demonize him so much. They hate everything that's good.❤
The View finder
The View finder Ай бұрын
values = hierarchy = inequality (giving rise to power), power that then 'manufactures itself upon the sole [value] of preserving itself,' this is done by insuring tribal difference based upon colour, sex. Jordan's argument essentially suggests, those who are invested in the value of preserving power will do so on the basis of ensuring tribal divides, tribal divides based on colour, creed, sex. Thus, those of power will usually be of one creed, one colour, one sex,
Matt Flynn
Matt Flynn 5 ай бұрын
Easily one of the most erudite discussions I've seen in a very long time. Seeing the operation of Jordan's intellect is really something.
Susanna Marker
Susanna Marker Жыл бұрын
He is such a legend.
B.M.G Жыл бұрын
Imagine being that knowledged that you consider hierarchy small talk, love this guy
John Coffey
John Coffey Жыл бұрын
Jordan Peterson is always interesting to listen to, but here he is quite extraordinary.
George Hennon
George Hennon 5 жыл бұрын
This was so interesting! Thank you to the Oxford Union for inviting him regardless of all the pressure against doing this
V M Жыл бұрын
I don't know how this video came across my playlist, but I watched it with rapt attention. I love how civil, unpretentious, and thoughtful the speaker is. Knowing your own fallacies and being humble is so much more important than being brash, egotistical, and ignorant, as so many in modern society are. Truly a breath of fresh air, that I wish so many people, including political leaders, would listen to. Like Ben Shapiro, but much more sedate and mature, and therefore palatable to people with opposing ideas. I would give him a double thumbs up, if I could!
Sgt. Rock
Sgt. Rock Жыл бұрын
Oh my goodness- he just voiced what I was thinking and saying the entire time in Critical Theory and Post Modernism as an English major... I kept wondering, who are these schleps to say what was good or not and what it meant. This man is the smartest human communicator ever!
Boy Wonder
Boy Wonder Жыл бұрын
I was at book promotion event with Jordan Peterson the night our Queen died. He’s amazing.
Thomas Hart
Thomas Hart Жыл бұрын
He has the talent to make himself understood from the Oxford University student,to a secondary modern school pupil like me
sargon08 Жыл бұрын
I am impressed of the Oxford students !!
finnibert lunchiken
finnibert lunchiken 5 жыл бұрын
The young British/Asian gentleman in the glasses asked a pointed, well articulated question. Peterson answered him with a well formulated response. The young man received the answer favorably. This is an example of good and constructive dialogue in action. Something you RARELY see in the media.
koolaidjerk 4 жыл бұрын
Yeah, even though I disagreed with the point he was making I still had to respect the courage it took to ask the question to a man in charge with a room full of people who would likely disagree with him. He didn't ask it in a condescending way or try to show Peterson how wrong he was. He wasn't sitting there trying to virtue signal. He was looking to engage in a discussion of ideas and was nothing but polite and respectful. We need more people like him in the world.
Sàbhail ar Alba
Sàbhail ar Alba 4 жыл бұрын
Maybe you can explain your reasoning behind the "British/Asian" comment ?
Rizzo 919
Rizzo 919 4 жыл бұрын
Angus Mac As Peterson said, no matter what a person says, regardless of its content, there is always someone who can or will claim they where offended by it!
David Price
David Price 4 жыл бұрын
@Sàbhail ar Alba PLEB!
Milijana Novakovic
Milijana Novakovic 4 жыл бұрын
@theyvespottedus Try Canada.
Chocoboing Жыл бұрын
Jordan is the embodiment of "think before you speak", feels like this has been lost today
interghost Жыл бұрын
How anyone can think and speak at this level on the fly is amazing. The real amazement also comes that he always answers people faurly, even when he knows they have no clue what his answers actaully mean, but he trys so hard to help them understand it. - Must be super frustrating to argue with an idiot lol
The Roar of the Rising
The Roar of the Rising Жыл бұрын
I truly love your thought(processes)s and mindset. I resonate very well with it.
Adele Nowak
Adele Nowak 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you. I enjoyed the intelligent, rational talk
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