Jordan Peterson

Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

Joe Rogan interviews Jordan Peterson, tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, and what starts out as a light discussion of the craziness of political correctness turns deep a couple hours in, as he moves on to self authoring and the metaphysics of religion:


  1. Caleo says:

    Rogan can be a real meathead at times, albeit a meathead with above average intelligence and drive, but he has the good sense to invite all sorts of interesting people on his show and gives them plenty of time to play with ideas.

    Definitely worth a listen.

  2. Slovenian Guest says:

    The funniest thing ever was Joe not grasping the infinite monkey theorem; “But they don’t know grammar!”

    OTOH, don’t hold your breath for Monkey Hamlet:

    The Actual Odds of 100 Monkeys With Typewriters Randomly Outputting Hamlet: A Descent Into Madness

  3. Alrenous says:

    Some nearly exact metaphysics.

    Truth is necessary but not sufficient for avoiding hell.

    I know what a healthy person is like. Knowing things that ‘nobody’ knows is one of my hobbies. Step one – get more sleep. Step two – well, yes. Stuff.

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