If your moorings are weak, storms will destroy you. And in life, storms happen.
The purpose of the human being according to Jordan Peterson
Politically correct would be the blackmail weapon of a precise radical ideology, what psychologist Jordan Peterson calls postmodernism.
That's one of the reasons why we're so obsessed with sport: we like to look at someone who stages a proper adaptation process.
Jordan Peterson trusts the revolutionary potential of the status quo. Even when he talks about the climatic upheavals that risk breaking the toy. Are CO2 emissions in China a cause for concern? Give it time: it will grow economically and then will happily allow itself the luxury of regulating them, says the psychologist.
The metaphor of the sportsman and the ethic of victory in the thought of Jordan Peterson
Every now and then, Mikhaila buys fat from the butcher, which they cut into pieces and fry until it becomes crispy. "It's actually quite delicious".
JOE ROGAN: What was it doing to you?
JORDAN PETERSON: Oh, it produced an overwhelming sense of impending doom.