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  • duckingtheradar
    duckingtheradar 3 жыл бұрын +39134

    Three against one is significantly unfair, but at least he went easy on them.

    • Marc Aslam
      Marc Aslam 6 күн бұрын

      Not everything is a war, all three seemed to be interested in what he has to say.

    • Edwin Zhingri
      Edwin Zhingri Ай бұрын

      🤣🤣🤣🤣 true

    • Timothy McGreer
      Timothy McGreer 3 ай бұрын

      Yeah, the hosts needed a couple more people going up against Jordan to make it fair.

    • Bruce Steiner
      Bruce Steiner 11 ай бұрын

      Jordan spoke his opinion and much truth with a group who did not agree with everything but conducted themselves like true journalists by listening, asking good clarification questions, and not attacking.
      Being an American, our major media has lowered our standards of “journalism” which makes this very refreshing and balanced.
      The actions and behaviors of this group are what a former American University discussion of differing ideas used to look like. They are trying to understand and be understood as they discussed as they try to think and not be told what to think. Brilliant!

    • Cuivre
      Cuivre  Жыл бұрын

      When the opponents only deal with what he is saying self-referentially ( the one guy's divorce, for example), Peterson navigates that quite well, without conceding his point. The others should let go of their personal stake in the discussion and see that would happen if they weren't so self-invested, emotionally.

  • Trollseeder
    Trollseeder 3 ай бұрын +768

    They actually treat him like a guest even if they disagree with him. Amazing panel.

    • The Original Vintage
      The Original Vintage 18 сағат бұрын

      @Scarlett Mitchell sadly most media and social advocates seem to always have some angle and objective in trying to take down someone.
      So many seem to be unable to agree to disagree respectfully in a peaceful and civil debate. It's sad really

    • Scarlett Mitchell
      Scarlett Mitchell 21 сағат бұрын

      Actually. It’s the way he SHOULD be treated. Anyone actually. It shouldn’t be an exception.

    • David Bee
      David Bee 12 күн бұрын

      Yes, they seemed objective and opened minded to a non-woke view.. She disagreed on a point but at least let him express his views....I have much more respect for them than any other Australian or US woke politician

    • Inn'Z
      Inn'Z 14 күн бұрын

      Which is pretty rare for Dr Peterson

    • The Original Vintage
      The Original Vintage 26 күн бұрын +1

      Youd never see this kind of discussion and civil interaction on cbnc of fox news. It speaks volumes as to the flaw of US journalism versus that of other western cultures.

  • Free Bird
    Free Bird 3 ай бұрын +344

    This man needs to be guarded and valued by everyone. I look up to this man.

    • Atune
      Atune 9 күн бұрын


    • Lady
      Lady Ай бұрын

      He does a damn good job of guarding himself but I agree

    • F McPherson
      F McPherson Ай бұрын +2

      At least half the people that say they disagree with him don’t really understand what he’s saying. It’s so frustrating to watch.
      Also‘s you can see how people live kind of been programmed with a specific set of values whether they are backed by science and reality or not. And they don’t have the answers that he has. The blonde woman is a great example. She doesn’t know what she’s talking about and she doesn’t understand really what he’s saying or she would realize that she mostly agrees with him.
      Although she has a fundamental lack of understanding that men and women are different on a basic biological level. She has no evidence to support that belief she’s just clearly been indoctrinated to it.

    • andrew macpherson
      andrew macpherson Ай бұрын +3

      I had a dream the world was run by people like JP and the world was at peace and very happy. Love this man.

  • Gastavas Orucho
    Gastavas Orucho 3 ай бұрын +534

    This is exactly how interviews are done! Ask questions and give an interviewee time to respond. It's not about who's winning or losing, it's rather a breakthrough to a better understanding. I acknowledge the entire panel and thanks to Jordan. He's such an inspiration.

    • theflaca
      theflaca 2 ай бұрын +1

      @RHustleFilms That's why they disagree; they're arrogant but ignorant. that 'potential birthing person' was the worst one. How many people has 'they' inspired?

    • RHustleFilms
      RHustleFilms 2 ай бұрын +9

      its much easier when you have someone that KNOWS what hes talking about and others who are willing to learn even if they disagree.

  • christopher pierce
    christopher pierce 3 ай бұрын +326

    I absolutely love the fact that this DEBATE turned into a session. The antagonists were searching for help on themselves by the end. Love JP

    • Leighton Sullivan
      Leighton Sullivan Ай бұрын +1

      @ivan milanovic I agree, the only people who disagree with his conclusions prefer ideology over reality as seen by the oblivious disagreeing female politician who ignored his analysis because it countered her perspective.
      'Men and women are different'
      'Single motherhood damages children'
      'Body positivity is a polite lie'
      'The trans movement is a polite lie'
      The fact that he has dared to expose people the the reality of these truths has produced the backlash we have seen.
      'The uncomfortable truth has more value than a polite lie.' This is my favourite quote and society would be better for it.

    • ivan milanovic
      ivan milanovic Ай бұрын +1

      @Valerie he is not manipulator. He just know subject and dont get fooling around

    • Valerie
      Valerie Ай бұрын

      Yes JP is a master manipulator 😉

  • James Sikes
    James Sikes 3 ай бұрын +155

    One of the few debates where Jordan wasn't attacked or misjudged. It felt wholesome and in all brought a tear to my eye with some of the subjects and ways he spoke.

    • Snoblox
      Snoblox 20 күн бұрын

      Thats because if they had actually expounded on their ideas, he would have torn them to pieces. Their ideas, not them personally.

    • Gaye Major
      Gaye Major 2 ай бұрын +3

      You are a very wise man ,Jordan Peterson. I thank you for passing on your knowledge

    • Kanalbenenner
      Kanalbenenner 2 ай бұрын +9

      they tried, but did not find any grasp

  • Tdot_
    Tdot_ 2 жыл бұрын +31057

    This man saved me from suicide. I was literally about to jump off Niagara falls on a new years eve and was driving to get to Niagara from Toronto and was listening to him by accident on the way. I heard about him before. When I finally reached Niagara, the lighting and everything in the new years eve and seeing everyone so happy and joyful and what he said, I felt like I had another shot. I stopped at a Timmys, and felt extreme love and affection towards strangers in a way that they thought I was crazy. He literally breathed new life into me. I spent the entire night in Niagara on the lake, drove back the nex morning, everything felt different from that day onwards. It is unbelievable. Here I am! Not even the pandemic and lockdowns could make me feel down anymore.

    • Kiki7696
      Kiki7696 Ай бұрын

      Wow. Just wow bro❤

    • JABray
      JABray 2 ай бұрын +1

      Unsure and uncertain of what this is virtual, fake, clout, or everything wrong - i feel the same empowering and feeling to thrive just by such words, And this words of you, even if virtual or crafted, its the right words to help me move forward and upwards.

    • Anthony Pulley
      Anthony Pulley 2 ай бұрын

      So great to hear this, keep on believing in yourself.😊

    • John Rambo
      John Rambo 2 ай бұрын

      God bless Dr. Jordan Peterson and you as well.

  • Thomas Bwalya
    Thomas Bwalya 27 күн бұрын +24

    After she understood him, she sat down listening, learning and looking at him, with utmost admiration, well done sister, it's better to learn and change than remain a fool.

    • jim maurice
      jim maurice 11 күн бұрын

      Exemple of debatting, everyone is a winner in the end. If we only could listen to each others like that.

    • Dumbiri Ezike
      Dumbiri Ezike 15 күн бұрын +1

      exactly, I didn't see it coming. I was astounded at her composure towards the end of the video

    • B16B0SS
      B16B0SS 19 күн бұрын

      She does not seem to agree with him, but is respectful. I would agree that she understands him and that he isn't saying that women cannot do traditionally male roles or occupations, just that he believes its not a result of society but instead biology. Whether or not that is true is irrelevant really.

  • Cesar Chiarelli
    Cesar Chiarelli Ай бұрын +29

    This man has been an angel on earth. He’s causing an tremendous positive impact on our decadent world. I’m so grateful for having him spreading verities around. It was much needed.

    • Anthony Baransky
      Anthony Baransky 2 күн бұрын

      He IS greatly needed

    • Selu
      Selu 29 күн бұрын

      Agree. He's one in a gazillion.

  • Zain Hummamy
    Zain Hummamy 29 күн бұрын +17

    As a foreign language learner, one of the hallmark of the genius of Peterson is his language. I mean when you listen to him speaking and listen to the people with him speaking, it feels like they're using different languages. His complexity of structure, precision, expressiveness, and accurate choice of expression are all fascinating.

    • Karl Pach.
      Karl Pach. 27 күн бұрын +1

      I admire his command of the English language, and the ability to find the words be uses to express himself in an instant.

  • eric roberts
    eric roberts 2 ай бұрын +49

    This is what conversation is supposed to look like. No stepping on each other or minimizing one another. Treating each other with respect and listening.

  • rideonH20
    rideonH20 3 ай бұрын +75

    jordan is so level headed, logical and empathetic. he's on a totally different level than these people

  • Adam Bartlett
    Adam Bartlett  Жыл бұрын +5539

    It's genuinely scary how many people can't grasp the difference between equality of opportunity and equality of outcome

    • catastrofy
      catastrofy 13 сағат бұрын

      @Sachin Joshi Ha they've jumped on his wagon thinking it's a means to their end.

    • catastrofy
      catastrofy 13 сағат бұрын

      @Rubim Ellmelech We're also in an age where people see what others have and disregard what it took to get that and just want it by any means which can not only destroy their lives but others as well.

    • petr
      petr 27 күн бұрын

      @Sachin Joshi man I grew up in communism(Czechoslovak socialistic Republic), became adult in capitalism (Czech Republic)and can tell you-Both suck!each in different ways... It is not about political system, it is about people… Power corrupt, Absolute Power corrupt absolutely...look around the world, in any country, you will not find more corrupt place and people like parliament and politicians so...And those good, which actually do something for people are killed - Abraham Lincoln, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, his brother, Marcus Garvey, Martin Luther King, Hugo Chavez, Ernesto Guevara, John Lennon, David Crowley,.................it is about people

    • Karl Pach.
      Karl Pach. 27 күн бұрын


  • Chrissytoyou
    Chrissytoyou 3 ай бұрын +69

    I am truly blessed to have listened to Mr.Peterson the past few years. He made me realize that I was using excuses of my personality and the way my brain works to excuse that my life was in disarray. I am no where near perfect but each day I get up and I work towards the person I am striving to be. I used to think all day about what o would do if I could, because my ADD rules my brain. Now I get up and make a list of things I can easily do that day that will make things better , today I washed every single sock in my household of 4 and cleaned my living room so I could decorate for Christmas tonight. Just those couple things took me most of the day which is infuriating. However tomorrow my living room will be clean and decorated and every pair of socks we own will be paired and put away. No one else has ever broken through the part of my brain to make me better before. I am currently reading his book and I listen to his words whenever I can ! Thank you Jordan Peterson !!!

    • SpongeBob Miscellaneous
      SpongeBob Miscellaneous 2 ай бұрын

      As someone with ADHD who lets it rule me, I hope to make the change that you did. Good for you man 😎

    • jovesheerwater
      jovesheerwater 2 ай бұрын +1

      This is exactly what you should be doing Chrissy. Well done. Keep going.

    • Phionah Ninsiima
      Phionah Ninsiima 3 ай бұрын +1

      Good testimony. I start today too to better myself

  • Morgan Ashby
    Morgan Ashby 2 ай бұрын +32

    I could listen to Jordan forever. He’s helped me so much get through the last few years when I felt misguided by myself and society!!

  • Patrick CPUC
    Patrick CPUC Ай бұрын +6

    Watching the female guests expressions when he "educates" her is by far the best part of the interview. You can tell it resonates with her logically, but you can see the conflict within her political beliefs. This man is simply speaking the truth with facts and data and not involving emotions in any of his conversations. I very much enjoy listening to him speak..and by the looks of it, so did the panel, even if it made them question their politics and beliefs.

    • Karl Pach.
      Karl Pach. 27 күн бұрын +1

      I noticed that too. She looks at him in a very interesting way after he corrects her in a forceful and direct, but so kind and truthful way.

  • opinionatedvinyls
    opinionatedvinyls Ай бұрын +13

    A skillful interview because he actually listened and let his guest speak which is, after all why he's there.👏👏👏👏

  • Jameke Brown
    Jameke Brown 3 ай бұрын +33

    Jordan straight up taught a class for 38 minutes

  • Josh Deal
    Josh Deal 3 жыл бұрын +30519

    You have to respect the Scandinavians, they actually let him speak more than a few seconds.

    • AAa
      AAa 3 ай бұрын

      @Tim R but at least the make the effort to listen and process instead of thinking of their next argument

    • PLF
      PLF 7 ай бұрын

      @Paul Lambert > discourse isnt "allowed"

    • فارس بن كلبان
      فارس بن كلبان 7 ай бұрын

      ‏Anthony Flew is considered one of the most prominent atheists, so he retracted his atheism and told us that the universe has a deity with modern scientific evidence, not with thought or dreams and feeling, but after science and modern discoveries about the existence of a Creator. He fell into another problem that the Creator wanted according to his mood
      ‏ He wanted the Creator to be neither speaking nor hearing, and creating creation in vain
      ‏But it is logical that this Creator sends a messenger to teach us who he is. And we have to verify the authenticity of the Messenger and what this Messenger calls to?
      ‏ It transports sperm from the liquid state to the eyes, heart, blood, arteries, and bones. Unconscious nature creates a conscious human being. Then this nature teaches about the importance of the heart and lung, then puts the rib cage, then oxygen, then water, there is sexual desire, and there are the genitals to complete the male and female sexual process. , What coincidence are you talking about, a coincidence that creates the male and the female. All of these are called verses and there are things that complement each other, there is a lung and there is air and there are teeth and stomach and in food and other things and we say that it has no creator!!!
      ‏ The only question God will ask you is
      ‏ focus on it
      ‏ ((He said: Did you deny My verses and did not encompass them in knowledge, or what did you do?))
      ‏ I mean, God Almighty tells you what I told you is a lie and you cannot realize it or understand it
      ‏ And what in the world have you been doing?
      ‏ Do you know what your answer is?
      ‏ ((The decree will befall them for what they did wrong, and they will not be able to speak.
      ‏ If you find yourself in the world without a choice in a great reality we live in, and you go without a choice and a question is the most important
      ‏ If your destiny is fire, has God wronged you???
      ‏Muhammad, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, is a prophet from the Creator, and before him many prophets did not lie or deceive, and he is the only religion that commands you to worship one Creator who created everything.
      ‏First of all, you should know that the religion of all prophets is the worship of one Creator who created everything. Islam today is the only religion that commands you to worship one Creator and not idols, illusions, conjecture or a number of gods. But how do we know that the speech is from God and not from Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace? . These are some of the things that comfort your heart and believe that this is a prophet and many of the prophets before him
      ‏ The Almighty said: (Moreover He comprehended in His design the sky, and it had been (as) smoke)
      ‏ The smoke confirms that the origin of this universe is inflamed. It is not a lake of water, as was the perception of all philosophies and religions that are based on illusion. This is one of the postulates of modern science today that the sky is condensation of smoke. This fact converted the French scientist Maurice to Islam and wrote a book entitled the Holy Qur’an on the scale of modern science
      ‏How did Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, know this fact before?
      ‏ The Almighty says: ((And the heaven We constructed))
      ‏ The sky is a building, not a vacuum as it was thought, and this was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2017 that proved it
      ‏How did Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, know this fact before?
      ‏The Almighty’s saying: ((And the heaven We constructed with strength, and indeed, We are [its] expander.
      ‏ That is, the sky expands with time. This fact, even in the time of Einstein, was not imagined by anyone and it was proven. And Einstein admitted it and admitted that it was the biggest scientific mistake he made in his life if he believed that the sky was fixed. The Qur’an before Einstein says that the sky expands
      ‏ Almighty’s saying: :((And We have made the night and day two signs, and We erased the sign of the night and made the sign of the day visible that you may seek bounty from your Lord and may know the number of years and the account [of time]. And everything We have set out in detail.
      ‏ The verse of the night is the moon and the verse of the day is the sun. The Qur'an tells that the sun and the moon were fiery masses. That is, the moon was a fiery mass and was erased, and the verse of the day remained visible to the eyes. Was the moon a fiery mass and extinguished? This is one of the biggest scientific issues discovered about the moon. The moon was already a fiery mass, and NASA issued on its official website a conceptual clip entitled The Evolution of the Moon in the video. In fact, the moon was a fiery mass like the sun, and this is what the Qur’an told about and the truth of modern science.
      ‏How did Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, know this fact before?
      ‏Almighty’s saying
      ‏And you see the mountains thinking that they are rigid, while you will cross as the passage of clouds. [It is] the work of God who has perfected everything. In fact, he knows what you're doing.))
      ‏ And the verse clearly spoke of a strange phenomenon, which is that the viewer of the mountains appears to him still, that is, they are still, but in fact they are not like that, rather they are in a state of constant movement. And the infidels of Quraish had previously accused our master Muhammad, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, of madness, and it is likely that their joy was overwhelming when this verse was revealed.
      ‏ They also found in it, according to their claim, evidence of this madness, and they told the people: How can you believe this man who says that these fixed mountains move like clouds moving in the sky!
      ‏ And today it is proven that the earth rotates, and with it the mountains, how did Muhammad know that and why is he telling you instead of the matter that makes people consider him crazy? The matter was not from him, but from God.
      Almighty’s saying
      ‏Those whom Allah (in His plan) willeth to guide,- He openeth their breast to Islam; those whom He willeth to leave straying,- He maketh their breast close and constricted, as if they had to climb up to the skies: thus doth Allah (heap) the penalty on those who refuse to believe)).
      ‏After man was able to reach the sky by flying by modern means of transportation, he knew that the higher up in the air, the less oxygen and atmospheric pressure, which causes severe tightness in the chests and the process of breathing. :
      ‏How did Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, know this fact before? It was not from him, but from God
      Almighty’s saying
      ‏Or (the Unbelievers' state) is like the depths of darkness in a vast deep ocean, overwhelmed with billow topped by billow, topped by (dark) clouds: depths of darkness, one above another: if a man stretches out his hands, he can hardly see it! for any to whom Allah giveth not light, there is no light!
      ‏Modern sciences have revealed that in the bottom of the deep seas with abundant water - the deep sea - there is great darkness, to the extent that living creatures live in this darkness without visual tools, but live using their other senses such as hearing.
      ‏These dark darknesses are not found in the sea water that surrounds the Arabian Peninsula, but rather they have been discovered in the oceans far from it
      ‏This verse shows another aspect of the Qur’anic miracle, which is that the sea wave that all people only knew was one wave in the seas.
      ‏The verse says there is another wave in the depths of the sea, and divers discovered at the beginning of the twentieth century a fact that was hidden in the depths of the sea, that fact that shows another wave that throws divers into it as it is thrown at swimmers, and this wave was discovered by Scandinavian divers.
      I will tell you what the Prophet said. The Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, said: One day the Bedouins who live in the desert will build tall towers, and this is my duty. Go and see where the
      tallest buildings are and who owns them.
      ‏God Almighty: ((We will show them Our signs in the horizons and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that it is the truth. But is it not sufficient concerning your Lord that He is, over all things, a Witness?)
      And God informed the Qur’an of this by saying: “Did you think that we created you without a purpose and that you would never return to us?”
      ‏All these and other matters that I have not mentioned indicate that this is a prophet from God. More important than that, as I told you, is the only religion that commands you to worship one Creator, who created everything and before him many prophets.
      ‏Say, if you wish, there is no god but God, and that Muhammad is the Messenger of God
      ‏ speak from the heart

    • Troy carpenter
      Troy carpenter 7 ай бұрын

      You must not have watched the same video I did

    • Han Han
      Han Han 7 ай бұрын

      They’re being quiet because Jordan Petersen as usual imbues his speech in emotionally faux intellectualism with half truths. It’s difficult to engage with someone who spouts this much nonsense one after another. You have to think about what nonsense you want to engage with and what you want to let slide in order to move the conversation forward. The fan boying about Jordan Petersen is quite over the top. The “data” he indicates is from psychology. The least hard data scientific field. Some of the more hard sciences actual question weather it should be considered a scientific field. And then he of course rests his laurels on his cherry picked data. You have to be calculated as the woman is and the host it seems when trying to unpack the avalanche of nonsense that Jordan passionately and very emotionally spews each time he opens his mouth.
      Granted he speaks in half truths so what he says feels familiar to a general audience who then happily accepts what he says. As a trained clinical psychologist, the understanding of how to speak to an audience should be and appears to be his strength.

  • P.F.T
    P.F.T 2 ай бұрын +13

    Absolute respect to the panel who did not try attack each other but instead actually listened and asked questions as a proper debate should be.

  • Demonicon
    Demonicon 2 ай бұрын +12

    This is the most professional group of interviewers I have watched Jordan Peterson have. Usually they are talking over him and trying to put words in his mouth. He does a great job of working with that, but it was nice to see him conduct an interview with people who are respectful. I think everyone did a good job. They all had good questions and talking points that were different from the usual rabbit holes most try to trap Jordan in. Great interview!

  • 92 The GOAT
    92 The GOAT Ай бұрын +17

    I was working as a fedex driver for the last 3 years working 70 hours a week, just to be suddenly laid off 2 days ago. Definitely at my lowest point but I came back here because Jordan’s words always gives me strength 🙏🏾 this is the beginning of greater. Although I weep as I write this. Love to all

    • Jesus Almoriandolococo
      Jesus Almoriandolococo 18 күн бұрын

      You Are Not Alone - There Are Many Like You - And They're Very Close Around. Reach Out.

    • Jeff Spicolli
      Jeff Spicolli 27 күн бұрын +2

      If you were able to do that demanding and difficult Fedex delivery job 70 hours a week for three years you need not be concerned about anything.
      You are destined for a great career elsewhere.
      I hope you are a Canadian.

    • Chandraprasad S Rajangan
      Chandraprasad S Rajangan Ай бұрын +1

      all the best to you sir. You'll get thru this

    • 92 The GOAT
      92 The GOAT Ай бұрын

      @daniel vail thank you fam 🙏🏾

    • daniel vail
      daniel vail Ай бұрын +2

      You'll bounce back brotha 💪🏻

  • Michelle Scroggins
    Michelle Scroggins 2 ай бұрын +16

    I admire his ability to remain calm and every word he speaks is coming from his well of knowledge and life experience he has a unique ability to just be forthright with people balanced with a genuine empathy he is not just spewing opinions he is someone to learn from and emulate I feel wiser every time I listen to him he's got a gift

    • bogs miaco
      bogs miaco 6 күн бұрын

      michelle, even the way you laid out your narrative observation fascinates me as reading your comment. simply wonderful it is!!! thanks.

  • Nonus Businissus
    Nonus Businissus 2 ай бұрын +10

    i liked this interview. These people were asking genuine questions and didnt try to play any games with him.
    I actually watched the entire thing. Good work people. Respect.

  • CalculatedM10
    CalculatedM10 2 жыл бұрын +8103

    Peterson's patience with people CONSTANTLY misunderstanding him, even when sitting in front of him, is simply unmatched

    • Goodrow Wilson
      Goodrow Wilson 3 ай бұрын

      I don't see this in this particular interview. This is unlike many interviews before. Great discussion.

    • epicbehavior
      epicbehavior 5 ай бұрын

      @Nicholas Jacobsen Why don’t you try logically critiquing JP’s ideas instead of just insulting him?

    • epicbehavior
      epicbehavior 5 ай бұрын

      @Kwan Mah a robot that’s highly emotional and sensitive?

    • 5200Kl_
      5200Kl_ 6 ай бұрын

      @Nicholas Jacobsen touch grass brother

  • AyanamiRei5kyu
    AyanamiRei5kyu 2 ай бұрын +9

    his effect on people is awesome, he is so intelligent and well spoken and full of wisdom. i feel like anyone could gain some useful insights if they decided to listen and learn.

  • Nano Jimenez
    Nano Jimenez 20 күн бұрын +3

    When he speaks, you can’t help but to be struck by his wisdom.

  • Al Thornton
    Al Thornton 2 ай бұрын +6

    Nice to see him in a relaxed interview without people trying to unsettle him.

  • MZRT Music 🎶
    MZRT Music 🎶 Ай бұрын +9

    The lady's facial expressions whenever Jordan is speaking is just wholesome... The cameran understood the assignment

  • C D
    C D 2 ай бұрын +5

    I enjoyed this very much. A civilized conversation without anyone insisting on their own beliefs as being paramount. Jordan is such a well spoken individual, clearly educated in many areas besides clinical psychology. The truth of what he speaks comes out clearly if one is not stubborn to a single thought of how things are or should be. I loved the honour that he gave his parents for his growth outcome.
    Thanks again

  • mr k
    mr k  Жыл бұрын +5927

    His ideology is basically, make children strong so they can be useful to society despite their gender and race love this guy

    • The Royal
      The Royal 2 ай бұрын

      Yup we should make children strong NOT based on Gender. But asia,africa,muslim countries support to make male children more stronger nd privileged than female children

    • Hokavi Stark
      Hokavi Stark 2 ай бұрын


  • Mighty ActRaiser
    Mighty ActRaiser Ай бұрын +7

    This was the most respectful interview I have ever seen with Jordan Peterson. Normally the others present make constant attempts to tear him down, prove him wrong or set verbal traps.
    Thank you for this well-spoken and respectful delivery.

  • QuickGuyds
    QuickGuyds 3 ай бұрын +6

    This man blows my very small mind. My gosh. He has the answer to life.....and I just sit watching people squinting their eyes and feeling offended at what he says in studios across the world. Telling him that he provokes people to his face.....it's insane. Jordon....is just wow.

  • Kenneth Blaabjerg Fog
    Kenneth Blaabjerg Fog Ай бұрын +2

    Nice to see that people who disagree can still have a good discussion without sorting to verbal personal attacks. Respect!

  • BelieveNoGod
    BelieveNoGod Ай бұрын +4

    Thank you Skavlan, for doing shows like this.

  • Victor Toal
    Victor Toal 3 ай бұрын +6

    I've watched this for the 4eth or maybe 5th time. What i enjoy so much is the willingness of everybody to listen - to the end and not try to provoke or put world's into people's mouths. A vast difference in quality to how many journalists in English speaking countries behave. Such an intelligent and many faceted conversation from all sides.

  • A Max
    A Max 2 жыл бұрын +5053

    An actual interview and a discussion about topics they disagreed on. Not a non-stop barrage of attacks or attempts to smear him. Up vote

    • Ana R
      Ana R Ай бұрын

      The woman doesnt not understand the difference of opporrunity and outcome, not did i when i heard it first time. It takes a bit of time to process the information and distinguish these things. I was not on the spotlight when i heard it first time unlike her so a i took my time. She got it later i am sure

    • Pharoahe R
      Pharoahe R 3 ай бұрын


    • ARP95
      ARP95 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Roger Oropeza only real fans understand this comment 😂

  • Claude Pelletier
    Claude Pelletier 24 күн бұрын +3

    This man is my new hero, I can't get enough of his conversations.

  • Liam Birch
    Liam Birch Ай бұрын +2

    I feel sorry for Jordan, he gets far to much abuse from people who have only ever heard an out of context sound bite and never taken the time to truly listen to him. The guy is nothing short of a hero!

  • Sacred Nerve
    Sacred Nerve 15 күн бұрын +1

    Some of the facial expressions on Fredrik's face as Jordan was making certain points in a very direct way were just "PURE GOLD"! He couldn't believe what he was hearing! Haha!

  • Tilen
    Tilen Ай бұрын +4

    This man is a living book of good advice, supported by data and science. I listen to him every day. Thank you Jordan 💜

  • Unforeseen
    Unforeseen 3 ай бұрын +11

    Jordan Peterson is ferocious. And he was actually being quite self controlled this time, but it's amazing how he can take someones stupid arguments and beat them over the head with it to a point where they look extremely foolish.

    • Unforeseen
      Unforeseen 2 ай бұрын

      @Gus Man Yes, I definitely agree with you.

    • Gus Man
      Gus Man 2 ай бұрын

      That is one way to describe what he does. I believe JP is so intelligent, thoughtful and worldly that he often responds to questions in a way that changes the entire basis and focus of the question. So the person who asked the question realizes its not what they intended to ask. Which could make them seem foolish when they are not. But yes he does field alot of combative questions from foolish people lol

  • Jonas Sørensen
    Jonas Sørensen 11 ай бұрын +4441

    This man isn’t debating them. He’s educating them lmao

    • Elirien
      Elirien 2 ай бұрын

      They're trying to debate him.

    • Raymond Joseph
      Raymond Joseph 3 ай бұрын

      I agree.

    • Lorne
      Lorne 3 ай бұрын

      He’s now my hero..

  • Doug Sherman
    Doug Sherman Ай бұрын +3

    Wonderful lecture, timeless. Watching this again reminds me of my college years. Dr. Peterson is a natural teacher and these videos are a treasure for young people.

  • TwentyEightO'one
    TwentyEightO'one 3 ай бұрын +10

    This is how interviews should go. Not perfect (perhaps, because of the language barrier) but much better than the others.

  • Unique FF
    Unique FF 3 ай бұрын +9

    I love this world because jordan explained you can find meaning and peace in it.

  • abani kohli
    abani kohli 5 күн бұрын

    I love how they actually are interested him as a person. They let him speak and calmly try to understand his opinions whether or not it matches theirs.

  • unbiasyoutuber
    unbiasyoutuber 3 ай бұрын +3

    Can we have more encouraging educated social scientists like Jordan please.

  • Jennifer Buscas
    Jennifer Buscas 3 жыл бұрын +5685

    I love that even though they all disagree with him, they're all letting him respond fully. This is what I like to watch.

    • picklepoppers
      picklepoppers 4 ай бұрын

      @getatrueappraisal and they failed. Badly.

    • getatrueappraisal
      getatrueappraisal 4 ай бұрын

      They definitely were more polite than let’s say hosts in America or England but in a polite way they tried numerous time to discredit him and twist his words.

    • Chart me on telegram 👍 Jackhacked247
      Chart me on telegram 👍 Jackhacked247 5 ай бұрын

      Thank you 🙏🏼 God for sharing to whom it may concern I have learned a new thing. A new revelation, a new insight hallelujah, praises the lord praise the one ☝️ who saved us and lives us. You are our salvation. You are our lord we praise holy name your love ❤️ we praise your works we praise 🙏🏼🙏🏼 chart me up on telegram ☝️☝️

    • picklepoppers
      picklepoppers 5 ай бұрын

      I don't think they are disagreeing. They understood where he was coming from. The disagreement is based on their feelings and who cares about that when the facts are being presented. People should not argue with a man like him because they will be defeated.

    • Liriel HotShoot
      Liriel HotShoot 6 ай бұрын

      This type of free debate used to be a thing in USA. The thought police are putting a stop to it, though.

  • John McDonald
    John McDonald 2 ай бұрын +3

    Jordan's analogies are simple and great and mentally helpful at realizing you can be an expert and asset in your field of work that you love to do and drive to learn more and solve issues that may help humanity. Basically what he is described previously researching data and presenting facts that people should look at without puzzled, grim looks but say thanks for the all the facts and research and human physiological experience to access how this affects people.

  • Jim Paull
    Jim Paull 3 ай бұрын +7

    His intelligence is quite extraordinary. He is a rare being, one of the rarest to exist, who in years to come, will be as revered as any to go before him.

    • Da Bow
      Da Bow 3 ай бұрын +1

      If he was Catholic he would be seen as a Saint in the years to come x

  • Mikey Toasterface
    Mikey Toasterface Ай бұрын

    God bless Jordan. His respectful arguments and respect for the others show us how to be impressive in presenting ourselves to the world.

  • jasmine1960
    jasmine1960 2 ай бұрын +4

    Love ❤️ Jordan, he is the man every kid needs Asa role model!

  • Eric Haynes
    Eric Haynes  Жыл бұрын +2794

    He is a master at speaking to people who hate him and don't understand him.

    • Palmer Eldritch777
      Palmer Eldritch777 4 ай бұрын

      @Adam i'd say we understand him all too well. What's the matter, you think he can't stand up to scrutiny, like everybody else ?
      You are ready to throw a vast legion of people under the bus for fear of not accepting your great leader blindly. Instead of having a real discussion about what his critics see that apparently you don't.
      Cause really you think he ever petted a cat in another way then i did, and i'm pretty sure i petted them way better. he has that disagreeable factor he.....cats pick up on that immediately.
      If you want to convince people, learn to communicate and exchange ideas with them. If you feel safer just saying " well, they don't get him"....truth is that 's just protecting your own bubble. afraid of taking up a challenge.

    • Adam
      Adam 4 ай бұрын

      @Palmer Eldritch777 The people that hate him and those who don't understand them are the same.

    • JiggaJayRaider
      JiggaJayRaider 6 ай бұрын

      @Palmer Eldritch777 quick news flash for you. HE IS NOT A POLITICIAN!! I would love to see you say all this in person to Dr. P. You'll have to be able to think of & articulate each thought with ACTUAL spoken words.
      Not typing a short essay in the comment section of his youtube videos.
      I'm willing to wager that you would end up getting broken down with a free session from thee most brilliant clinical psychologist of our time. And i think it would be very beneficial for you.

  • Jim Abraham
    Jim Abraham 2 ай бұрын +1

    Jordan Peterson is a gem. We are lucky to have him.

  • NoobMaster69
    NoobMaster69 3 ай бұрын +2

    Love you Jordan. Youve broadened my mind. And the way you express yourself makes everything easier to understand

  • Salty Exxer
    Salty Exxer 22 күн бұрын

    This might be one of the best JP interviews ever. One of the few times when the panel actually seemed to listen even if they did not necessarily agree.

  • Dennis Huxley
    Dennis Huxley Ай бұрын +2

    This guy is an absolute treasure

  • Birthe Graf
    Birthe Graf 2 ай бұрын +1

    This is one of the best interviews I've watched, so I watched it several times. Thank you for sharing!

  • Silvia Carolina Langowski
    Silvia Carolina Langowski 2 жыл бұрын +2186

    I am so tired of women seeing us women as ” victims”, no! I am a mother of 4 boys! I like being a feminine intelligent woman!!!
    LOVE Dr. PETERSON! Thank you 🙏🏽

    • Jane Garnham
      Jane Garnham Ай бұрын

      @BDtourism I think social media makes.the minority seem the majority...I am a 62 year old women and I call my self a feminist buy I also agree mostly with what he says ...only when he is taken.out of.context and only snippets are quoted does he seem crazy.

    • St77
      St77 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Dan Riley 🤣

    • St77
      St77 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Gar Sm 🤡

    • theflaca
      theflaca 2 ай бұрын

      Nothing is more powerful than a sexy woman in a room full of men.

    • Dereck Hades
      Dereck Hades 4 ай бұрын

      Thank you for sharing !!

  • Tyrioner
    Tyrioner 23 күн бұрын +1

    Such a great interview. That's why I have huge respect for Scandinavia. They just respect each other

  • Damien Thompson
    Damien Thompson 27 күн бұрын

    Brilliant interview, very refreshing to see a respectable panel.

  • dooks4life
    dooks4life 2 ай бұрын +4

    there is clear respect on both sides and as such the discussion can happen with both understanding a new viewpoint
    good to see
    I am a big fan of Jordan Peterson and having seen your channel and the way he was treated I found the panel and host to be intelligent , polite and interesting
    well done!
    best wishes to all

  • Roger Sanchez
    Roger Sanchez Ай бұрын +2

    Once upon a time comes around a person who is surrounded by smart people and are amazed at what they hear.

  • SoupeAuChoux
    SoupeAuChoux 2 ай бұрын +1

    what a man seriously .. i love what emanates from him, he is just brilliant. Respect for the interviewers it changes from what i see in france and all across the world, well done.

  • computerservant
    computerservant 2 жыл бұрын +1545

    I was impressed by the questions that were asked. In American media, the interviewer never, ever, ever asks about the interviewee. The interviewers just argue, smirk and talk over them. Probably one of the best interviews I've seen in a while.

    • Whales Frontier
      Whales Frontier 3 ай бұрын

      @User Name esp CNN.

    • My Sketchbook Weighs A Ton
      My Sketchbook Weighs A Ton 5 ай бұрын

      I wonder what the other 2 people are there for... they don't contribute much

    • picklepoppers
      picklepoppers 5 ай бұрын

      These folks I believe are Scandinavians. There society is truly equal in the equal sense.

    • Peter Mabbort
      Peter Mabbort 5 ай бұрын

      Well said. You’re totally right.

  • Michael the chimp
    Michael the chimp 3 ай бұрын +1

    The level of thought that Jordan struggles in is actually a truth that most people never succeed at. We all stumble in life but most never understand why we stumble all the time.

  • Anthony DeRosa
    Anthony DeRosa 3 ай бұрын +2

    he has discussions with people that are not educated enough to speak with him. im not trying to be a fanboy but he is one of the most blatant, well spoken people to ever exist. he will be a great historical figure.

  • Leon Jerome Echo 3
    Leon Jerome Echo 3 2 ай бұрын +1

    I'd enjoy listening to this man... rich and full of inspiring words and lessons

  • Dawn Dan
    Dawn Dan 2 ай бұрын +2

    This guy is brilliant. I love listening to him.

  • Erik Dexter
    Erik Dexter 2 ай бұрын +1

    What a great platform and panel …let people speak and respond in turn and in tone ….i really want to thank all of you

  • Emilia Cincu
    Emilia Cincu 11 ай бұрын +1207

    This interview clearly shows the difference between having opinions about certain subjects and in-depth scientific knowledge that is backed up by specialised education and life-long commitment to reading and understanding human nature.

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      jaime trevino 5 ай бұрын


    • MclovinMods
      MclovinMods 7 ай бұрын

      @AC bruh..... Jordan would have actually read his comment and agreed that there is a major difference between just having an opinion on something you don't fully understand and having a Doctorate in the field they are talking about.... THATS WHY HE DOES THESE INTERVIEWS!!!!

  • Cee Cee - Different in Happy Ways
    Cee Cee - Different in Happy Ways 2 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you JP for being a voice for sanity

  • Kevin Malone
    Kevin Malone 2 ай бұрын +4

    I love this jp didnt tell them theyre wrong and offend them which he couldve done but chose to share why he believesit to be true with the fact will being sensitive to theyre veiws and and didn’t interrupt any of them and let them finish theyre thoughts and even better is how they all did in being open to new info and the possibility that theyre wrong and didn’t interrupt him either. Everything was just in sink

  • anthony g
    anthony g 3 ай бұрын +3

    Such a smart well spoken man

  • Christopher Meyer
    Christopher Meyer 3 ай бұрын +2

    still one of my favorite Jordan Peterson interviews!

  • Tongue Petals
    Tongue Petals 3 ай бұрын +2

    I love Dr Peterson and wonder how my life would have been different if I’d been fortunate to have him for my doctor.

  • Neil Donaldson
    Neil Donaldson 2 жыл бұрын +3615

    It amazes me how many of these interviewers just do not understand the difference between 'equality of opportunity' and 'equality of outcome'.

    • minkimo minkimo
      minkimo minkimo 6 ай бұрын

      @capenjck point is justice not equality

    • AhkkariQ
      AhkkariQ  Жыл бұрын +1

      I am Norwegian, like the host, Skavlan, and the male guest in studio. In Norway "equality of outcome" actually is no subject. I don't know anyone who think it is a good idea. It is a kind of
      utopian idea that one does not take seriously. That's probably why they do not relate to it. Peterson often uses Scandinavian countries as an example where increased freedom for women means increased economic inequality. We are aware of that. When I was young in the 80's, we girls were encouraged to apply for male-dominated professions, but most chose according to our own interests, just as Peterson says. We know that we are opting out of a higher salary, but money is not everything in life. We choose happiness over money.

    • Emanuel Nuriega
      Emanuel Nuriega  Жыл бұрын

      @JoeStasi Exactly. And it's not limited to feminist, it is a wide spread ideology, some have successfully implemented it as a government doctrine. What they believe is that all runners in a competition start at the same time aligned on the starting line (equality of opportunity) AND they all cross the finish line at the exact same time (equality of outcome). It's mind boggling how a human mind can even entertain such a belief!

    • strwind
      strwind  Жыл бұрын

      I think it’s a designed feature, not a bug. People intentionally mix them up in order to strengthen their position in an argument.

  • Ba Jackson
    Ba Jackson 3 ай бұрын +2

    Great interview/ discussion with a bright & brave man.

  • Oliver Killeen
    Oliver Killeen 25 күн бұрын

    Protect this man at all costs!

  • Brian Ellis
    Brian Ellis Ай бұрын +2

    JP speaks pure truth from a good and healthy place an absolute net benefit to mankind.

  • Atune
    Atune 9 күн бұрын

    This was very wholesome.
    especially the part about his childhood.
    Thank you.

  • Okitha Vithanage
    Okitha Vithanage 3 ай бұрын +2

    Finally an interview where the interviewers don't try to prove him wrong

  • Phx NetworkJunkie
    Phx NetworkJunkie  Жыл бұрын +1332

    He pisses people off, because he's so genuine. So wise. So articulate

    • Chris Grady
      Chris Grady 3 ай бұрын

      @Rainbows Love I appreciate the fact that you didn't label him as some supergenius or some such hogwash. I agree that he does inspire thought, which is important. It's hard for me as a man to see other men slurp guys like Peterson, trump, Andrew tate and other as some sort of savior. I'm not saying each of them and others like them don't have merit behind their names, but to say things like this guy saved my life or this guy is x y z...it makes me realize that these men who are worshiping these figures are weak individuals who now falsely view themselves as strong.

    • X
      X  Жыл бұрын

      @Hugh Jass being a strong, honest person that lives to be a better version of themselves and help improve everyone and everything around them and takes responsibility for themselves is "outdated ideology"?
      Sadly, I think you are right that most people have moved in a different direction. Unfortunately they've moved in a much more selfish and dangerous direction. Read a history book, you'll see where self-indulgence leads.

    • Nebel_Slayn
      Nebel_Slayn  Жыл бұрын

      I'm surprised he doesn't objectively define things for those who disagree with him more often. He clearly has the intellect to notice that one of the reasons people disagree with him is because they are viewing things through a different lens/have a different definition of the same thing- and yet he doesn't state that very often.
      e.g. in this interview, Jordan repeatedly explains that he believes in equality of opportunity but not equality of outcome. The man and woman beside and across from him both seem to be under the impression that everything Jordan shares related to this reasoning is actually him arguing against equality of opportunity. If he would have corrected one of them by saying "In order to have this discussion, we have to define equality of outcome and equality of opportunity" and then shared that, I think this conversation (and many others he has had) would go a lot more smoothly.
      With all that said, there are a number of people who will incessantly push back against Jordan just because that's their agenda and/or they are not truly listening to him- quite often because they feel triggered by something he said and all the sudden the rest of their brain turns off as a result.

    • BMPagano
      BMPagano  Жыл бұрын

      And because he thinks for more than a second before speaking...

  • Mathew Maseka
    Mathew Maseka 3 ай бұрын +1

    Jordan Peterson is different. He is our intellectual godfather, he argues his points based on empirical evidence, not emotions. This is why his interviews or debates turn into a lecture. My good sister stared that man into his soul, probably thinking: "who is this guy? I should enrol in one of his classes" lol. Great interview; professional, respectful and informative.

  • jac5344
    jac5344 3 ай бұрын +5

    What a fantastic interview! No accusations, no misinterpretations of what he was saying, no arguments. They actually listened to and understood what he was saying each step of the way. This is the type of journalism the world needs, where we ask respectful questions and learn from the answers. The best interview of Dr. Peterson I have seen. Great job and thank you!

    • Jovan Tan
      Jovan Tan 29 күн бұрын

      @Abraham Lincoln You're being unnecessarily antagonistic, the point of a debate is to challenge the views of the opposition in order to promote discussion. It wouldn't be much of an interview if the interviewers just sat there agreeing with Dr. Peterson.
      In fact these Scandinavian interviewers are miles ahead of the other people Peterson debates with regularly

    • Abraham Lincoln
      Abraham Lincoln 3 ай бұрын +1

      they thought they could play him at his own game and failed.

  • Brian Sieber
    Brian Sieber 2 ай бұрын +1

    I enjoyed this video. I do feel that most of the time they showed the lady, she had a look on her face like she thought everything he was saying was ridiculous. And the host constantly had a smirk on his face. Everything remained civil and that was great. It was a good showing by Jordan.

  • Rushell Poore
    Rushell Poore Ай бұрын

    I am a woman and I love Jordan Peterson!!! Thank God there are still men like him left.

  • Narada Dasa
    Narada Dasa 3 ай бұрын

    much respect to Jordan Peterson for many reasons not least of which is his willingness to stand up for what he believes and to help others . thank you

  • XheadshotX
    XheadshotX 7 ай бұрын +867

    I love that he was under attack at first and then ended up being a therapist for the rest of the panel.

    • LM085
      LM085 5 ай бұрын +1

      I don’t think he was being attacked either. They were probably listening with reservations and interest. Think it’s just the way of Norwegians in general. They were very quiet middle to end of the conversation because they know they don’t have the education and intellect as Dr P does. I probably agree with most of what he says. It’s obviously very factual and history based but he should probably personalise and adapt it more to suit the audience he’s speaking to so they understand. A lot of his audiences you can see struggle to keep up with what he says because he’s full of information. I also don’t think he’s controversial as the media makes him out to be - people can do their own research on what he says and he’s quoting factual information.

    • Dont Ask
      Dont Ask 5 ай бұрын

      @Mr Green because he's speaking the truth that's why

    • Mr Green
      Mr Green 5 ай бұрын +1

      hahaha. so true. they tried to roast him (in my view) and couldn't. It was like he taught them things and they listened. And I am not a huge fan. I am actually trying to figure out why some people hate him so very very much.

    • Dont Ask
      Dont Ask 5 ай бұрын +1

      @Kris Lynn yes they was definitely smug and resentful towards him I could see it in their face..but it was even better to see them shut up and just listen because when it boils right to to it he was the only one there that had anything intelligent to say..he stole the show like he always does 🔥 🔥 🔥

  • Divyansh Kumar Rana
    Divyansh Kumar Rana 13 күн бұрын

    All the people on that stage were very attentive which i loved watching.
    I was happy to see the exchange of thoughts.
    Beautiful ❤️

  • Chay Here Today
    Chay Here Today 2 ай бұрын +1

    Everything Jordan Peterson says here resonates with me, so thanks for the straightforward, pragmatic and intelligent conversation posted on YT

  • abdi hashi
    abdi hashi 3 ай бұрын +1

    People need to protect this man the humanity is declining very bad .

  • Robbie Morley
    Robbie Morley Ай бұрын +1

    Jordan Peterson thank you for your knowledge!👏👍 And also for making these 3 people speechless for the most part of this interview, absolutely brilliant 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  • DA
    DA 2 ай бұрын +1

    I think many people who are inspired by him have the intelligence to experience insights that he is one of the few human beings being intelligence and intellectual enough to bring it into words. I can recognize a lot of things he is saying. But ain't there yet to speak my thoughts so clear.

  • Rational Word
    Rational Word 4 жыл бұрын +4277

    Ironically Dr Peterson's arguments and attitude are far more caring and respectful towards women than feminism.

  • taggartlawfirm
    taggartlawfirm Ай бұрын

    Jordan is such a kind person.

  • Jose Torres
    Jose Torres 27 күн бұрын

    4yrs later I am still listening to this interview just in case I missed anything

  • Pj Graham
    Pj Graham Ай бұрын

    It’s almost like they can’t get their head around what he is saying without some resistance… amazing speaker amazing… he’s gift to us for these times

  • Mar Teumar
    Mar Teumar Ай бұрын +1

    27:19 I love it when JP laugh 🥹 he’s such a dad. Our favorite internet dad ❤️