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Thought Economics: A Conversation with Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

Interview by Vikas S. Shah MBE on Thought Economics “The world,” writes Dr. Jordan B Peterson, “can be validly construed as a forum for action, or as a place of things.” It is this distinction between the physical (a place of things) and metaphysical (a forum for action) that typifies the

Thought Economics: A Conversation with Dr. Jordan B. Peterson2019-04-08T09:19:00-05:00

Cambridge University Rescinds my Fellowship

From @CamDivinity, this morning (Wed, Mar 20, 2019): “Jordan Peterson requested a visiting fellowship at the Faculty of Divinity, and an initial offer has been rescinded after a further review.” I visited Cambridge University in November of last year, during my 12 Rules for Life Book tour, one stop of

Cambridge University Rescinds my Fellowship2019-03-20T18:56:21-05:00

#63 – Sir Roger Scruton – Apprehending the Transcendent

A conversation between Dr. Jordan Peterson and Sir Roger Scruton, moderated by Dr. Stephen Blackwood, introduced by Professor Douglas Hedley, presented by The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism and Ralston College, held on Nov 2, 2018 in Cambridge, England. God willing (so to speak) I

#63 – Sir Roger Scruton – Apprehending the Transcendent2019-03-11T11:53:28-05:00

Existentialism in Australia and New Zealand

I have been touring in Australia and New Zealand since February 05, speaking in most of the major cities in both countries, to audiences ranging in size from 1500 to 5500. This tour, based on my most recent book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, is part

Existentialism in Australia and New Zealand2019-02-28T09:42:57-05:00

#62 – Our Cultural Inflection Point and Higher Education

Dr Jordan Peterson speaks with Dr Stephen Blackwood about Solzhenitsyn, our cultural inflection point, higher education, and the hunger of the young for meaning. Dr Stephen Blackwood is the president of Ralston College, a new university being founded in Savannah, Georgia. Ralston College is committed

#62 – Our Cultural Inflection Point and Higher Education2019-02-26T12:01:27-05:00

Thoughts On My Mother’s 80th Birthday

  This week my mother, Beverley Anne Peterson, turns 80. She was born on February 6, 1939, in Naicam, Saskatchewan, a small, attractive, thriving prairie town, back when prairie towns were communities with a future. She was the third of four children, each separated by five years, preceded by her

Thoughts On My Mother’s 80th Birthday2019-02-08T08:32:33-05:00

Comment on the APA Guidelines for the Treatment of Boys and Men

Beware the Ideologues in Psychologists’ Clothing The American Psychological Association (APA) recently released their Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men (paralleling, in principle, their 2007 guidelines for girls and women). It manages to be simultaneously predictable, reprehensible, infuriating and disheartening — no mean feat for a single document.

Comment on the APA Guidelines for the Treatment of Boys and Men2019-02-25T15:23:32-05:00

#61 – January 2019 Q & A

Happy New Year. This is the first of this year's Q and A's. I am going to answer audience questions, as usual, as well as discussing my next book, my impending departure from Patreon, and my upcoming tour to Switzerland, California, Australia and New Zealand.

#61 – January 2019 Q & A2019-02-26T12:02:09-05:00

Prairie Requiem

Saskatchewan In the spring the snow crystallizes and glints the sun now has some warmth black patches appear in the fields the creeks and rivers overflow their banks people say hello again to their neighbours everyone a little older (everyone who lives here is a little older) there are not

Prairie Requiem2019-01-16T05:04:34-05:00
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