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Jordan Peterson: From the Barricades of the Culture Wars

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  • Adilevna Timasheva
    Adilevna Timasheva  Жыл бұрын +1998

    Putting his lectures on youtube for free is a gift to humanity.

    • Fūrer Orbán
      Fūrer Orbán Ай бұрын

      Jordan B. Perverson kissing the Orbanus hard for 50 million HUF:
      "my message to Hungarians:
      Do not rebel against your Führer! What your prime minister is trying to do is to restore the metaphysical foundation of the Hungarian culture"

    • Maria Padilla
      Maria Padilla 2 ай бұрын

      Yes it is, I love listening to Dr. Jordan Peterson

    • 4D bullshit Patroll
      4D bullshit Patroll 2 ай бұрын

      1:10:10 He's wrong on incels. If a guy gets rejected it's his fault ignores toxic neo tribalism towards individuals, gaslighting, systemic dehumanisation, emotional and psychological emasculation, dominance behaivour aka bullying by other males and things of that nature. Once in effect dehumanised, the incel becomes caste. As such his views from this systemic abuse become polarised against both men and women which in turn induces more rejection which in turn results in more polarisation and it can reach extreme levels and a shooting rampage. Incels are not an individual problem, they are a communal problen and 100% a result of communal behaivour such as toxic neo tribalism towatds an individual.

    • Accuser/Opposer
      Accuser/Opposer 2 ай бұрын

      @Robert Muñoz there's a book that can teach you to overcome addiction

  • Zippyzzz
    Zippyzzz 11 ай бұрын +326

    I catch myself feeling tears in the backs of my eyes from listening to Peterson, he deserves a Nobel Peace Prize and he deserves to be remembered for a thousand years

    • Brian Delaney
      Brian Delaney 14 күн бұрын

      That’s cult of personality territory

    • Zippyzzz
      Zippyzzz 5 ай бұрын +5

      @Will Taylor people like you are exactly the reason jordan peterson is so important.

    • Mark Sauck
      Mark Sauck 5 ай бұрын +3

      @Will Taylor Either you never listen to him or you’re a fool. Through all the years listening to Jordan Peterson speak and all the many comments I read about him I never read one that wasn’t highly complimentary.

  • Mario Vallejo
    Mario Vallejo 7 ай бұрын +61

    I was in a dark place a year ago and the one thing that stoped me from spiraling out of control was hearing
    This man Peterson and his blunt conscience waking words that do more than move your ear drums it moved my being my soul my mind my heart I thank God for creating this man and letting me learn from him I do feel he has helped save my life.

    • Peterson Ava tis
      Peterson Ava tis Ай бұрын +1

      When I Receive This Beautiful, Heartwarming Support, I'm Overjoyed. It's Always Great to Tourch Lifes

  • Former Child
    Former Child 7 ай бұрын +263

    This man is one of the greatest of all time. He has helped so many people and has stayed true to himself despite the mob that comes after him.

    • Brian Lacy
      Brian Lacy 2 ай бұрын

      @Mike Color me weary AND wary of this false profiting prophet.

    • Latter-day Saint Batman
      Latter-day Saint Batman 4 ай бұрын +2

      Jordan Peterson is one of the many greatest defenders of truth we need today. He isn't one of the many defenders that is deserved.

    • The High Value Cat
      The High Value Cat 5 ай бұрын

      Do you need a high value cat in your life ?

    • JoshAllenberg
      JoshAllenberg 6 ай бұрын +1

      @Mike truth is pretty self-evident. Well at least to those of sound mind and principle. JBP may not be a genius, but I dont think he's ever claimed to be. I've already known all of the concepts he's explained since childhood, but he has the platform to reach people and I don't. Nor do I care about people either. I would be telling them they're fucking idiots, not being polite like he is.

  • Robert Cuillo
    Robert Cuillo 9 ай бұрын +10

    This lady earned a subscription because she was so respectful and let Jordan answer her questions without cutting him off. She didn't attempt to gaslight him or build strawmen arguments like so many others have.

  • Karen Silver
    Karen Silver 10 ай бұрын +47

    The man is just simply awesome.. I can't get enough of him. He's like a magnetic pole to my thinking; he's right in most everything I encounter.

  • Dr10Jeeps
    Dr10Jeeps 4 жыл бұрын +8734

    I am a semi-retired Canadian university psychology professor. I consider myself to be a progressive. I also think Dr. Peterson is brilliant. His views do not conflict with a progressive philosophy. However, they do conflict with ignorant extremism on both the left and the right. We need more Jordan Petersons in our universities.

    • Richard Bauer
      Richard Bauer 2 күн бұрын

      I am a really old fart and have been listening to your presentations for the past year and have been really thrilled with it all. At the end of this presentation you and Joe started discussing food allergies which I and my children developed in the late 90s. I was sick as a dog with all of the problems that you discussed and received no help from the less than helpful doctors. My daughter and I found we were allergic to gluten and numerous carbohydrates and I am still suffering from time to time. Thanks for all your help. Amen

    • APRIL Hernandez
      APRIL Hernandez 19 күн бұрын

      Being a modern conservative now,
      a progressive independent in the past, I AGREE 👍🏻

    • Lewis Carey
      Lewis Carey Ай бұрын


    • Fūrer Orbán
      Fūrer Orbán Ай бұрын

      Jordan B. Perverson kissing the Orbanus hard for 50 million HUF:
      "my message to Hungarians:
      Do not rebel against your Führer! What your prime minister is trying to do is to restore the metaphysical foundation of the Hungarian culture"

  • goodtalker
    goodtalker  Жыл бұрын +72

    Great discussion. I worked as an adult educator in the California prison system for 25 years. When management operated on principles that were, essentially, realistic, productivity soared and inmates were much better off in terms of "doing their time." When policies were changed to reflect a kind "the way things should be" approach, chaos ensued. Thanks for reading.

    • Claire Hann
      Claire Hann Ай бұрын +1

      @goodtalker thank you for your service

    • goodtalker
      goodtalker 5 ай бұрын +7

      @Calvin Tower Kindly. A good example was education placement for inmates. Placement into any educational or vocational program was, by and large, voluntary. There were incentives, to be sure, and of course criteria to be met. An inmate, who wanted to learn to weld, for example, might first be required to earn his GED. But the approach to helping the inmate was based, essentially, on his or her desire to invest in themselves. Towards the 1980s things changed. Education and vocational training became mandatory and, even if the inmate chose to make some effort in the endeavor, it was not uncommon for a student with a 4 year university degree to be placed in an ESL or literacy class or any other program for which he had no interest. The worst part of this nightmare scenario was the piles of bureaucracy an already overworked teacher would have to plow through simply to have the inappropriately placed inmate removed. IMHO, this was a shift from a more realistic management approach to one that treated the adult inmate population like 3rd graders. No one's interests were served in this change. Thanks for reading.

    • Calvin Tower
      Calvin Tower 5 ай бұрын +3

      Yea. Please expand on this and what you saw

    • Freeze Dried Mealworms
      Freeze Dried Mealworms 7 ай бұрын +7

      Interesting. I’d love to hear more about this.

  • VanillaSaltyBalls
    VanillaSaltyBalls 7 ай бұрын +24

    I'm adhd 50%deaf and didn't graduate Highschool so following this isn't easy but I've made it to 23 minutes and I must say, Jordan is like the modern day Shakespeare of human behavior. Dude is brilliant

    • F. D.
      F. D. 11 күн бұрын +1

      Respect to you for not letting your handicaps get in the way when seeking knowledge. It takes a lot of power to do that!

    • Peterson Ava tis
      Peterson Ava tis Ай бұрын

      Thank you, but education should be a barrier for everyone, and you can start at any time.

  • AsrSniperX 3
    AsrSniperX 3 7 ай бұрын +7

    Quite possibly one of the most brilliant man alive in the world today .. The world is truely blessed to have folks like Peterson may he live another 100 years so he can educate and entertain us all for decades to come :)

  • Erin Coughlin
    Erin Coughlin 10 ай бұрын +34

    One of my favorite things about Jordan Peterson is his thoughtful pause before he answers any questions.

  • Tangle KwiatkowskiNelson
    Tangle KwiatkowskiNelson 7 ай бұрын +12

    I'm proud of him. He is growing and becoming a much better and more understanding man. 💜

  • Spice Haven
    Spice Haven 3 жыл бұрын +3221

    50 years from now, some of us will be lucky for knowing this guy.

    • Jack Powell
      Jack Powell 2 ай бұрын

      @lyn5559 Get ratio'ed NPC 😂

    • St77
      St77 2 ай бұрын

      He can see what it'll be like in 50 years and that's what stresses him so. God bless this man!

  • KT Was Here
    KT Was Here 9 күн бұрын +1

    This is a really good interview. She''s asking very sensible questions and I am SO grateful whenever I see an interviewer actually let their subject answer.

    • Craig K
      Craig K 9 күн бұрын

      My thoughts EXACTLY!
      Best wishes 🇬🇧

  • Reilly1167
    Reilly1167 2 ай бұрын +19

    The synchronized statement on his appropriateness of being a judge was phenomenal at 16:35. How am I the only one to note this is amazing to me?

  • Gaël Kellerson
    Gaël Kellerson Ай бұрын +1

    This makes for a great duo ! Thank you for this profound and enjoyable discussion. This is precious stuff. God bless you both.

  • Angelo Castiglione
    Angelo Castiglione 2 ай бұрын +10

    Absolutely brilliant! What an asset to humanity JP is. We're SO lucky to have him, nutting out the current issues.

  • M.k. Scott
    M.k. Scott 8 ай бұрын +14

    Much love and respect for this man and his words

  • Tactical Tradecraft
    Tactical Tradecraft 4 жыл бұрын +529

    Dr. Peterson is one of the most important intellectual figures of our times. He is brilliant, well spoken, and precise.

  • Kenneth Heare
    Kenneth Heare 9 ай бұрын +4

    Best thing about this man is he is logical and really wants to help people feel like they are worth something. It all comes with being able to be honest with yourself and others. Not following just to follow

  • B X
    B X 9 ай бұрын +19

    This guy is a genius, why are there 100s of professors just like him in the world?

  • Ruth Anne
    Ruth Anne 9 ай бұрын +21

    I absolutely love that Dr. Peterson and John McWhorter became such great friends and had such a great conversation together. They ended up on the same page when they did that and it was beautiful.

  • Jules Soto
    Jules Soto 9 ай бұрын +9

    Thank you for your honesty. You give hope to the masses who are struggling to understand what can we do to make the world better and more united against some real darkness coming from Elites.

    • Leanne Curtis
      Leanne Curtis 7 ай бұрын

      Should not be calling these evil creatures that have power “elites.”

  • TheVeryWorstLuck
    TheVeryWorstLuck 9 ай бұрын +38

    I like how he doesn't care if it makes the situation awkward, he'll just sit there silently while he contemplates and formulates an answer to his satisfaction.

  • All About Good news
    All About Good news  Жыл бұрын +657

    Watching over and over again all of Dr. Peterson’s talks. He helped a lot of people. He is a bridge between the left and right. He deserved a Nobel Peace award in this modern world.

    • Gary Hardee
      Gary Hardee 7 ай бұрын

      @jchinckley JP did a video on KZclip specifically breaking down what their action did and amounts to. As well as what "knee" Jordan must bend to get his account back.
      To him it's probably as much about commercial loss. But it's still unwarranted and political!

    • jchinckley
      jchinckley 7 ай бұрын

      @Gary Hardee That he's banned from Twitter? Yes. How that's super important, no. Dave is right and Twitter is meaningless in the long run. Its format doesn't allow for much discussion or argument. It is specifically designed to give the user a dopamine hit and shorten their attention span. What is your point in making the statement? Jordan himself wasn't bothered by it that much.
      Or are you thinking it will lead to him being banned on the other social media? If that's the case there isn't much we can do or that he can do. Unless everyone migrates to other platforms and the people as a whole start standing up for what they believe in... there will be no change and our world will become even more like a place that's a part of hell.

    • Gary Hardee
      Gary Hardee 7 ай бұрын

      @jchinckley You don't get it, do you?

    • jchinckley
      jchinckley 7 ай бұрын

      @Gary Hardee Who cares about Twatter? Like Dave Chapelle said, "Twitter isn't a real place."

    • Gary Hardee
      Gary Hardee 7 ай бұрын

      Now he's banned from Twitter!

  • nnamdi philip
    nnamdi philip  Жыл бұрын +23

    How can one man be so embodied with some much 😩 wisdom and knowledge? I identify as a liberal but my essence jumps with joy and enlightenment when I listen to JP.

    • ssj2camaro21
      ssj2camaro21 12 күн бұрын

      @nosuchthing8 beautiful response

    • nosuchthing8
      nosuchthing8 23 күн бұрын +2

      @Andrew Gilman ah, yes. The classic non answer.
      If you ask a UFO afficiando about solid evidence of UFOs, they usually respond there is so MUCH evidence, its on YOU to pour through endless books, movies, articles, etc.
      YOU are the expert. YOU point me to something useful. The burden of proof is on YOU.
      Thanks for falling into my trap.

    • nosuchthing8
      nosuchthing8 2 ай бұрын +1

      Please point me to a single video and time where he exhibits so much wisdom.

  • Shogo
    Shogo 7 ай бұрын +14

    Wow this was beautiful. He's very insightful and logical, I struggle with that, balancing, value judgements, being a man of principle, rather that ideals though.. this was very inspirational and informative.

  • Joan D.
    Joan D. Ай бұрын +2

    I just found Jordan and he's been filling a huge hole in my heart. I've felt so alone in my thoughts and observations of human society, and have felt like I"m the only one seeing what he talks about out. For the first time in decades I feel some hope listening to him articulate these deep, complex, core realities and truths. I feel like I've found a family member. But I wish I was able to speak my thoughts with as much intention as him.
    I've watched quite a few videos and Bari Weiss is a wonderful, smart, respectful hostess to engage and pull this conversation along. So interesting! Thank you for awakening my hope!

  • jchinckley
    jchinckley 7 ай бұрын +11

    "You can't remember what you don't understand." ... Wow, that's a profound statement that we almost never consider. To remember what we learn we must also understand it. That has all sorts of implications.

  • Right Thinking
    Right Thinking 7 ай бұрын +6

    I love when Jordan talks about speaking in such a way that your heart and your head are connected. He put it a different way but, that’s my take on what he means by being authentic! What a great guy! He puts complicated subjects in layman’s terms. No wonder he has such a following! His books are great btw! And, watching this now, it’s a timeless discussion, always relevant and i’m so grateful for Dr. Peterson!

    • Peterson Ava tis
      Peterson Ava tis Ай бұрын

      It's wonderful that I must have had an impact on your life.

  • Cyd Raiyne
    Cyd Raiyne  Жыл бұрын +339

    I’m 52. I will still listen to this man any day of the week.
    Learning is a process. Wisdom is forever

    • F. D.
      F. D. 11 күн бұрын +1

      @gato ryak Best comment down here! I kinda understand the psychology behind it but people aren't doing themselves a big favor in doing so. The urge to copy the behavior of those around us is part of the reason why we are heading towards a full-blown idiocracy.

    • Symone Price
      Symone Price 7 ай бұрын

      im 30 and I watch him speak every night.

    • phoenixfire8226
      phoenixfire8226 7 ай бұрын +1

      i'm 12 and what is this

    • gato ryak
      gato ryak 8 ай бұрын +1

      I'm 66 and I can't understand why KZclip responders state their ages. It's like going to a preschool school art show and seeing how the young kids put their names and their ages on their drawings, as such: Bobby Bradford 4 &1/2.

    • atenniskook
      atenniskook 9 ай бұрын +1

      I’m 63 and feel the same. Every once in a while God bestows a gift on humanity in the form of a human being. JP is a gift. I don’t mean to say he is deity or a Christ figure, he’s human with all the brokenness and flaws we all possess but he is brilliant even more he’s courageous. We are blessed to have him in our time.

  • Tony Naccarato
    Tony Naccarato Ай бұрын +2

    Jordan Peterson is brilliant, sensitive, smart, truthful, and i'm so glad he is out in the world, teaching, and were listening.

  • Aldo Antinori
    Aldo Antinori 8 ай бұрын +18

    She does such a good job interviewing him. Congratulations, you rock girl

  • Jan Longmire
    Jan Longmire 7 ай бұрын +6

    My compliments to Ms Weiss for her charming and insightful work in this interview. It can’t be easy doing an intellectual dance with a mind like Peterson!

  • phoenixrisingharley
    phoenixrisingharley 7 ай бұрын +8

    Its always such a pleasure to watch/listen to Mr Peterson, I see him as a gifted person who gives a message of truth and reason from the place which real truth and reason come from. Thank you.

  • Chris Bonvino
    Chris Bonvino 9 ай бұрын +2

    I love Jordan Peterson....so smart yet so lacking in any form of arrogance. He is a truly unique, polite and honest soul.

  • James M.
    James M.  Жыл бұрын +1161

    1:19:30. "I'm willing to suffer the consequences of my error. That's not the same thing as being right." Love Jordan Peterson!

    • Damien Sampson
      Damien Sampson 3 ай бұрын

      Why can't we get someone like Mr. Peterson to run our country?

    • steve gee
      steve gee 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Kalle Because there are too many situation-dependent variables considered in real time unable to be contained in a single, generic explanation in the abstract, which Peterson made abundantly clear.

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  • Joao Portesantava
    Joao Portesantava 10 ай бұрын +7

    I think Jordan is an amazing person and I believe one of the reasons he gets I’ll or sick is because he cares a lot for others. When he does an interview and it does bad he has spoken that it takes him a while to recuperate and now I understand why. Maps of meaning is a book he rewrote every sentence over 50 times

  • Ramon Thomas
    Ramon Thomas 7 ай бұрын +4

    This is one of the best interviews with Jordan Peterson

  • Joe Dirt
    Joe Dirt 8 ай бұрын +5

    I love the open conversation about ideas and thoughts/perspective. Something that's been lacking alot in society nowadays with shouting matches and censorship.

  • Winning Designs
    Winning Designs 11 ай бұрын +6

    I'm glad that he said that Maps of Meaning is a difficult book to read/listen to, because it is. I'm about 5 hours into it and there is still 26 hours to go haha. I also like the fact he wrote more books afterwards which are somewhat simplified and more interesting to follow.

  • Mark Mcdonald
    Mark Mcdonald 7 ай бұрын +4

    I agree with previous commentor, to have the free opportunity to listen to this man is a blessing for real!

  • christopher brooks
    christopher brooks 3 жыл бұрын +411

    This man is dedicated to reality. Even if he doesn't like what he finds. Mad respect, Dr. Peterson.

    • William Allen
      William Allen 7 ай бұрын

      @lyn5559 since you claim this as an absolute, provide 3 examples of how he is manipulating, and defrauding people for the purpose of profit. 3 should be easy to since you claim this as being all that he does, all of the time. If 3 is to hard, then 2. With 3 being prefered.
      It's far easier to spout opinion based on emotion with out much critcal examination, then it is to examine why you feel this way, & examine if there is any truthful evidence to support it.

    • Dan Stalter
      Dan Stalter 2 жыл бұрын

      @lyn5559 That's not even close. Dr. Peterson was making big financial moves long before establishing his social presence. He doesn't need your money.

    • Frank Phillips
      Frank Phillips 2 жыл бұрын +1

      @lyn5559 Sorry,but if that is the message you get from Dr Peterson, you need some serious introspection. I know, it's a scary thing, but give it a try. You might find that those who have a message you don't like, it might just be the message you most need to take to heart.

  • steven cochran
    steven cochran 8 ай бұрын +32

    We show up because Mr Peterson speaks Truth, and we haven't had much if any spoken or written Truth in decades.

  • Quentin van der Walt
    Quentin van der Walt 4 ай бұрын +1

    You are great, Jordan. It's such a pleasure listening to you. Thank you for you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

  • b3ntl33
    b3ntl33 7 ай бұрын +1

    This man is someone who truly understands the saying of "The pen is mightier than the sword." He speaks deliberately and with meaning. Nothing he says should ever be taken lightly unless he specifically says that a portion of what he says should be taken lightly.

  • Mary Vanasse
    Mary Vanasse 7 ай бұрын +3

    🙏 Jordan Peterson made his debut in perfect timing. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us so freely.

  • John Hause
    John Hause 7 ай бұрын +4

    Intelligence is a BEAUTIFUL thing.
    Jordan.. you are a breath of fresh air.
    Thank you

  • thee A. C. E
    thee A. C. E  Жыл бұрын +517

    I like how Jordan Peterson puts everything online for free. I learned a lot by watching some of these lectures. Amazing INDIVIDUAL. This is what "free thinkers" classical LIBERALS and ppl who loved liberty used to think like. Thank you Mr. Peterson for sharing knowledge/power. the fact that I never had to spend a dime or go to a classroom to take notes and learn from his experience is a true gift.

    • William Allen
      William Allen 7 ай бұрын

      @Dr. K It's the difference between individuals who identify as liberal, and the establishment of the ruling class. Your establishment, and leaders are the problem.

    • roscodogg
      roscodogg 7 ай бұрын +2

      @Al to be fair- ma y of us refer to them as "liberals".
      ALWAYS in quotes!
      or, "pRoGrEsSiVeS"🥴

    • ashleelmb
      ashleelmb 8 ай бұрын

      He does these interviews and posts his lectures online and it promotes his books which he makes his money on.

    • Jennie Hughes
      Jennie Hughes  Жыл бұрын +2

      @Graeme Creegan He admits it when he has to second guess his opinions and change them if necessary.
      I don't remember the topic but he did say , " well , maybe I'm wrong about that ", when he was presented with a different perspective.

  • Paulette
    Paulette 7 ай бұрын +6

    Jordon Peterson is one of the most courageous men in the West. Thank God, he answered the call when God raised him up to use the gifts of brilliance he was blessed with.

  • J.E.8650 Mullins
    J.E.8650 Mullins 7 ай бұрын +6

    I’m just a regular guy but Jordan Peterson is among the smartest people I’ve ever
    Had the opportunity to listen to and to really begin to understand our world…. An Amazing person!!!!

  • Aussea More
    Aussea More Ай бұрын

    Ah, yes! This is how a valued and worthwhile interview should work with guest to get the most out of understanding of what they both have to offer as it come to questions and answers.

  • FlipNasty
    FlipNasty 9 ай бұрын +1

    This man speaks more intelligently off the top of his head than i would if i were to take the time to try and write

  • mrkiddo101892
    mrkiddo101892 7 ай бұрын +3

    I feel the teacher who asked him a question, had an ulterior motive like many people who interview Jordan Peterson, but just like this whole talk, it was amazing to watch him articulate so cleary his perspective on things. I don't have anywhere near the education Peterson or the the linguistics teacher has, but his response made perfectly clear sense. Hence why I strongly believe that the only way to learn from someone is to look at them with an unbiased openness.

  • TopRight Channel
    TopRight Channel 4 жыл бұрын +628

    "The narrow bandwidth of TV has made people think we are stupider than we are" Such a great point.from Peterson.

      xXJLNINJAXx 2 жыл бұрын

      I try to get my friend to realize this (without the bit about TV) and I've yet to be successful.

    • Izukawa
      Izukawa 3 жыл бұрын

      @Stephen Burgess TV makes us feel like there is something wrong with us for not being "normal" and enjoying the stupid things they want to sell. It's is so refreshing seeing all the people who are OK with this dumb TV mainstream culture.

    • Stephen Burgess
      Stephen Burgess 3 жыл бұрын +3

      It's so great to actually see adults debating interesting questions thank goodness for UTube sadly this is missing from today's dum down sound bite TV News and mind numbing cheap and tacky "reality shows " so loved by the youth who could name all the so called stars but couldn't name a Central American country.

    • Concerned Netizen
      Concerned Netizen 4 жыл бұрын

      Maybe JBP has been reading/watching some Neil Postman. His book Amusing Ourselves To Death goes into great detail to spell out precisely how this might be so. Highly recommended. Of course, if you don't read books, you can feel smugly ironic watching this television clip for the gist: kzclip.org/video/VWNHLKW7n5c/бейне.html

    • P N
      P N 4 жыл бұрын +6

      AnubisTV Exactly. You said just what I felt and I think would many people have felt, and why we keep listening to Jordan with such joy and keen interest. He really has the most amazing way of haha I have to use the word articulating complex things and novel things to most people, totally on the fly! As if it's nothing.

  • Markus Daxamouli
    Markus Daxamouli 8 ай бұрын +6

    I love the part in Dr. PETERSONS interviews/Speeches when his fingers start jiggling back and forth...he reaching his stride when this moment happens and the nuggets of wisdom begin shortly appearing left and right. He's a great guy, who knows and is ok with the fact he is not and never will be perfect. None of us are...and that's ok.. It is perfectly acceptable in life to simply be that pleasant guy who bends over backwards to assist others improve their lives. Dr.Peterson taught me that and it has served me well thru life.we all deserve a freind who won't lie to us but who won't ever leave our side.

  • big pun
    big pun 8 ай бұрын +2

    This man is a treasure he needs to be protected at all cost's !

  • Bob Fately
    Bob Fately 8 ай бұрын +53

    "I'm loathed by a small percentage of very noisy people" - love that phrase!

    • Out of Compliance
      Out of Compliance 2 ай бұрын +4

      @nosuchthing8 And why would you loathe him? Makes no sense.

    • nosuchthing8
      nosuchthing8 2 ай бұрын

      No he's loathed by many people, including me

  • TONYA Phillips
    TONYA Phillips 8 ай бұрын +4

    I genuinely believe he is the greatest mind, speaker, lecturer of all time.
    And his absolute is refreshing.
    I also appreciate the moderator being respectful, but asked hard hitting questions.

    • leftgrrl
      leftgrrl Ай бұрын

      The moderator will be delighted you thought they were hard-hitting questions.

  • Ron Poirier
    Ron Poirier 7 ай бұрын +6

    After watching Jordan Peterson's lectures, podcasts he's been on & journalists interviews there is just one sentence he said that has for me personally had a profound change in my life. "Assume the person you're debating /arguing /conversating with 'MAY' know something you don't" Now I actually listen to people & not just try to win the debate or wait for my turn to talk.

    • Ron Poirier
      Ron Poirier 7 күн бұрын

      @Peterson Ava tis I've written a reply to you at least 10 times and deleted it because they were all ridiculously long. So I'll keep this one Short & Sweet.
      Thank you...just...thank you...for everything that you've done. I've never really had a "Personal Hero" until you came along. Some say they have an Angel & a Devil on each shoulder. I have neither, I have a Jordon Peterson on my shoulder who keeps me humble & always striving to be a better man.
      Oh...and this last thank you is for explaining things in a way that a "Knuckle Dragging Open Mouth Breather" like me can understand.
      Thank you and God Bless

    • Peterson Ava tis
      Peterson Ava tis Ай бұрын +1

      Now I'm learning something from you, and it's critical that everyone understands that learning is continuous

  • Wildcard Productions [ADHDgonewild7]
    Wildcard Productions [ADHDgonewild7]  Жыл бұрын +918

    What a fantastic host. She actually let him speak and her input was incredibly constructive with not of the entrapment bullshit we see from so many other interviewers. Of the interviews I’ve seen with Peterson this one has to be the best

    • MZRT Music 🎶
      MZRT Music 🎶 2 ай бұрын

      @Ludwig C 46:00 to be able to allow yourself to question something you don't understand and actually muster courage to seek deeper clarification on the subject instead of jumping to illogical and biased conclusions and labelling as what threatens her reality is a great sign of maturity. She allowed herself to think and analyse instead instead of shoving down her throat what other people decided should be what she should believe in... That's commendable

    • The Critical Observer
      The Critical Observer 2 ай бұрын

      He's the one that's being interviewed, He's the authority, Yet all I hear is about here is she did this, she said that. She's just an interviewer.

    • Mike G
      Mike G 3 ай бұрын +1

      She was doing her job without bias or agenda, which is rare to see, I appreciated that as well.

  • Josh Awang Jirawat
    Josh Awang Jirawat 7 ай бұрын

    JP is the only one who can speak about common sense, good-old but timeless wisdom in a fresh new way that brings nourishment to the mind and soul

  • SLCMedia
    SLCMedia 2 ай бұрын +1

    This lady. Is an AMAZING interviewer. Prepared. Respectful. Insightful. Humble and super intelligent. Role model!!

  • Jenna Garland-Aker
    Jenna Garland-Aker 3 ай бұрын +2

    Hey gal that seemed like a Good, honest, direct, well balanced introduction ❤️ it felt encouraging to listen to. Thank you for that, very refreshing haha

  • H H
    H H  Жыл бұрын +5

    1:06:29 was hilarious. She did an awesome job remaining professional up until then, but that very human reaction reveals that she's complete engaged and open with the entire discussion.
    I like this girl.

  • Patrick Humecky
    Patrick Humecky 8 ай бұрын +2

    So much love for this man

  • calmfocustruth
    calmfocustruth 4 жыл бұрын +914

    He saved me. The fact I’m here able to write this, is all him.

    • James Barlow
      James Barlow 4 ай бұрын


    • Shushkin
      Shushkin  Жыл бұрын

      @Chu Chai Makes sense

    • Chu Chai
      Chu Chai  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Shushkin I think one reason behind a lot of suicides is being not able to make sense and hence being not able to do anything about anything. a lot of people out there are not able to pick up sense-making skills from an environment that doesn’t contains them. Making sense can save lives.

    • Farmschool Chicks
      Farmschool Chicks  Жыл бұрын


    MATTHEW PRIDDY 7 ай бұрын +1

    He tenaciously pursues clarity in dialogue, and he won't let the person he is speaking with or himself be incidentally lazy about it. He is not the first person I've encountered that is like that, but trust when I say that if you do encounter someone like that, or if you happen to be like that, the illumination on the dialogue at hand is exceedingly revealing.

  • Ana Rivera
    Ana Rivera 7 ай бұрын +1

    I love this guy he has more common sense than all the libs put together. Thank you Dr.

  • Andy Minniti
    Andy Minniti 7 ай бұрын +1

    Unbelievable that I am understanding and enjoying this sharing of his description of speech in society! Will definitely view this again, mental expression is very interesting.

  • UltraViolet 100
    UltraViolet 100 2 ай бұрын +1

    Bari Wiess is a very astute and articulate listener and interviewer. What great questions. Of course Dr. Peterson is a champion of wisdom and thought. Great video.

  • Jesse Barnett
    Jesse Barnett 7 ай бұрын

    Always love listening to Jordan, thank you for your moderation and questions. I think one of my only strengths is regarding his assertion about presumed roles during Nazi Germany... I am definitely a willing outsider. Willing to look at what's going on analyze it and be a loner. Alternatively, I speak or write before thinking and make a lot of mistakes.

  • Sam Joshi
    Sam Joshi 2 жыл бұрын +458

    You can't listen to this guy while you work bc you just become engrossed in every fascinating sentence he says

    • Michael
      Michael 10 ай бұрын

      I listen to him while trying to bring habitable order from chaos...Weeding my garden beds...

      KAMIKAZE  Жыл бұрын


    • Daryl Allen
      Daryl Allen 2 жыл бұрын +1

      Just tell your boss i said to relax.

    • Kugrox
      Kugrox 2 жыл бұрын +1

      My work productivity is decreasing, but my happiness has increased.
      I'm fine with this trade off.

    • Sinister Squirrel
      Sinister Squirrel 2 жыл бұрын +1

      And spend time looking up terms for their definitions just to understand him more clearly, lol.

  • john larsen
    john larsen 9 ай бұрын +3

    this guy makes a lot of sense the fact that woke people hate him shows how whacked out they are

  • Katheryn Howard
    Katheryn Howard 9 ай бұрын +2

    She gave a great interview. Thank you!

  • Calvin Solomon
    Calvin Solomon 8 ай бұрын +4

    Growing up in a single parent home and proving the statistics right cause I've been a screw up most of my life . It didn't help that public schools can't pick people like me out and point us in a better direction. I never carried a book or pencil in middle or high school . I just passed the tests and moved on to next grade but I am smart as hell. I can learn anything I try pretty quick. Helping my kids with homework I have to go sit alone for a little so I can learn it then help them. Anyway, I wish I had someone like Jordan in my life. Mom did the best she could but couldn't work go to army and direct her kids. She tried and I love her cause she is a very good person. And her divorce wasn't just because everything wasn't perfect, she got beat on constantly. Anyway I don't agree with all of his views especially about religion considering I'm an athiest. But I am a conservative and have good set of values and strong love for my family.

    • Calvin Solomon
      Calvin Solomon 2 ай бұрын

      @Carl Tope thank you for your time, your words, and suggestions.

    • Carl Tope
      Carl Tope 2 ай бұрын

      @Calvin Solomon Interesting handle, It sounds like you are doing well. Surviving and succeeding when handicapped with a less than optimal childhood is something to be proud of. I would suggest that as you gain age and wisdom that you visit the thoughts and writings of some of the more recent religious thinkers. You might find C.S. Lewis mere Christianity an interesting read. Tolstoy also adapted some parables to Russian folk literature. Religion for better and worse is an integral part of western culture, being well versed inboth sides of it's impactis crucial to understanding IMHO.

    • Calvin Solomon
      Calvin Solomon 4 ай бұрын

      @James Barlow not sure what that comment meant . Hope your not one of those types of Christians that treat me like crap because I don't believe what they believe. I don't need to be threatened with an eternity of he'll to be a decent person. I surely don't treat Christians like that. If that wasn't your intent then I apologize

    • James Barlow
      James Barlow 4 ай бұрын

      Possible for an atheist

  • 1234STAND
    1234STAND 7 ай бұрын +1

    Yes, We should all be Thankful for his voice, intellect and courage.

  • Alectatious Gaming
    Alectatious Gaming 7 ай бұрын

    Many of us took his warnings to heart and thank God for that.

  • Gee Bee
    Gee Bee 2 жыл бұрын +914

    This man is the straight truth that's why idiots attack and slander him

  • Niugini Rootz Mahn
    Niugini Rootz Mahn  Жыл бұрын +2

    Of all the confusions, delusions, illusions and cons in our world today, this guy is a breath of fresh air. A candle in the dark.
    You dont need to be smart to understand what he says. Most of what he says is simple common sense. What's being lost and needs to come back.

  • Margie Prado
    Margie Prado 7 ай бұрын

    Excellent lecture and Q& A An opportunity for clarification.When we decided to suffer the consequences because we don’t feel right about anything imposed to me .I feel out of comprehension because I don’t see what others do during this lifetime . Discipline and organization of our cultural values make us understand where the society is going wrong.
    I’m your conference you mention how women and men are not different I always feel that way either for a positive outcome or violence and criminality is each day perpetrated by females. The last example was at an airport a woman was firing a gun at police .
    I got really exited to learn more about his Conferences.

  • Beau Morris
    Beau Morris 7 ай бұрын +2

    Jordan Peterson is the example of how the smartest man in the room has to dumb down his answers for the normies to understand pure logic.

  • baby onion
    baby onion 9 ай бұрын +1

    When he corrects her and says 'I said 50, not 15'. It takes having completed multiple hero journeys to be able to say these kind of things with that confidence and without sounding arrogant at all.

  • vikingindependent
    vikingindependent 2 ай бұрын

    well done interview and dr peterson puts words to complicated concepts in a gr8 way as usual

  • Quietus31
    Quietus31  Жыл бұрын +220

    He is brilliant, patient, humble, factual, put-together-well, courteous and sooooo eloquent in speaking. Thank you JP for still putting up with the effort of making your insights clear to us all.

    • Ron Poirier
      Ron Poirier 7 ай бұрын

      Jordan Peterson has a way of explaining something that is complex so even a knuckle dragging open mouth breather like me can understand. Decades from now people will enviously ask those who were fortunate enough "What was it like to be in the audience & actually watch him live?" He's a personal hero of mine.

    • steelshade
      steelshade 7 ай бұрын

      I smile when the audience laughs in pleasure when JP turns a perfect phrase.

    • Kript Dawg
      Kript Dawg  Жыл бұрын +3

      Yes, the eloquent part is addicting..and all the other stuff of course lol

  • Art Garfunkel's Ginger Fro
    Art Garfunkel's Ginger Fro 6 ай бұрын

    Thank you for a balanced, (hidden)agenda free interview.

  • Mtiger
    Mtiger 9 ай бұрын

    Jordan Peterson is what this world needs more of

  • kaloncar
    kaloncar 2 ай бұрын

    I am watching this interview on 1/1/23. I have viewed many, many videos of Dr. Peterson. I am very impressed with Bari Weiss' interview questions. She asked pointed and thoughtful questions about the structure and process of what Dr. Peterson is doing and allowed him to express himself fully. With over 10M views this video clearly demonstrates that what he said regarding viewers' hunger for deeper insight about their world was/is/will be true forever. I can only speak for myself, but I feel it is worth my time to learn tools to better navigate this world of suffering. If it is JP or someone else I don't really care. To date, I grown to appreciate others like Douglas Murray, Lex Fridman, Sam Harris, and many other deep thinkers whom are unafraid to adventure out to find more meaning. That is worth doing. I still like cat videos too though.

  • Hohoho
    Hohoho  Жыл бұрын +24

    Can we have more from this hostess please. She is wonderful and so capable too as an interviewer.

  • Billy Walker
    Billy Walker 2 ай бұрын

    This woman is an excellent interviewer! She was well-prepared and asked probing, thoughtful questions without being belligerent. Thank you.

  • Nicky Boo Art
    Nicky Boo Art 2 жыл бұрын +661

    The fact that so many people want to see this man speak makes me feel good about the future.

    • James Barlow
      James Barlow 4 ай бұрын

      Just buy the book

    • T1Ups
      T1Ups 11 ай бұрын +1

      I agree. But it also calls all of us to taking some action. We can no longer stay on the side lines

    • david lucero
      david lucero  Жыл бұрын

      @ABQSentinel m

    • Umbra Imperium
      Umbra Imperium  Жыл бұрын

      @ESSE DRAKO Jealously is your enemy.

      ESSE DRAKO  Жыл бұрын

      He is just a man , he Will fail

  • Adawg 303
    Adawg 303 9 ай бұрын +2

    J Peterson is possibly the most well spoken known intellectual currently alive

  • Smitty
    Smitty 7 ай бұрын +1

    I'd be okay with this man as my psychologist

  • Ding Ding a ling The cat
    Ding Ding a ling The cat 8 ай бұрын +3

    My favorite pysocolgist. He makes sense !!!

  • David Romero
    David Romero  Жыл бұрын +1

    I'm a working class nobody, but I listen to learn. Dr. Peterson as well as the interviews help me understand the world I live in.

    • Peterson Ava tis
      Peterson Ava tis Ай бұрын

      It is good, and I will also inform you about the global reset, which will provide you with more information.

  • Abhijit Sikder
    Abhijit Sikder 8 ай бұрын

    Barri Weiss nodding her head while reading her paper just shows you how invested she really is in the conversation

  • Khu NoPie
    Khu NoPie 4 жыл бұрын +1885

    We ought to make Jordan an honorary American citizen. We need him as much as Canada does

    • Dudley Burleson
      Dudley Burleson 2 ай бұрын

      @griz063 you have to be smart enough to understand it

    • W J
      W J 3 жыл бұрын


    • Scott Martin
      Scott Martin 3 жыл бұрын

      Patriotic Realist Well said!

    • Jakob Teichroeb
      Jakob Teichroeb 3 жыл бұрын

      @Hans-Joachim Bierwirth open your eyes

  • Niki W
    Niki W  Жыл бұрын +8

    Finally an interview where she asks genuine questions instead of trying to debunk him

  • R & R Rail Service HO Scale Model Railroading

    Such a wonderful interview.

  • Thomas Van Vleet
    Thomas Van Vleet 7 ай бұрын +1

    I admire his intelligence. Because of Jordan Peterson, I strive to really think about what I want to say before I say it.