The Psychology Behind an Efficient Capitalist System | Jordan B Peterson on the Jocko Podcast

Si tiranizas a la gente lo suficiente, buscarán la forma de lastimarse a sí mismos para dañarte a ti. Están dispuestos a sufrir para reclamar justicia. Es algo que realmente vale la pena saber. Una de las cosas que señaló Jean Piaget, es un psicólogo muy interesante pero sus ideas Continue Reading

The Pros of Capitalism | Jordan B Peterson

question how is capitalism compatible with your definition of good if it requires ever-increasing uses of the finite resources of the planet where once depleted would mean our end well I would say capitalism isn’t compatible with my definition of good if it requires ever-increasing uses of the finite resources Continue Reading

2016 Personality Lecture 09: Phenomenology: Heidegger, Binswanger, Boss

So last time, we talked a little bit about the state of the world of belief, I suppose, by the end of the nineteenth century and I talked to you a little about Nietzsche, and Dostoevsky, and Kierkegaard. Um, a very large number of the clinical theories that we’re going Continue Reading

2017 Maps of Meaning 04: Marionettes and Individuals (Part 3)

so I hope we can… my plan is to finish this today and then we’ll go into the more concrete details now that you’ve got some sense of the way that a narrative like this can unfold if you remember, we were just leaving this terrible little bar, which I Continue Reading

2016 Lecture 01 Maps of Meaning: Introduction and Overview

So, welcome to Maps of Meaning. So the first question I guess I might have is, what, why are you here? Anybody got an interesting reason? >>[Student answers: Uh, I want to be able to manipulate reality to my best interests.] >>That’s a good plan.>>[Student answers: Yeah.]>>Except for the manipulate Continue Reading

Peter Joseph – Critique of Jordan B. Peterson (vs Slavoj Zizek – Happiness – Capitalism vs. Marxism)

Hello my name is Peter Joseph and the following is an analysis and critique of Jordan Peterson’s opening arguments during the Slavo Žižek debate from April 19th, 2019. I was planning on doing a full analysis of the entire debate but once I began dissecting Peterson’s statements I realized there Continue Reading

2015 Personality Lecture 12: Existentialism: Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, Kierkegaard

This lecture, and the next, are probably the most explicitly philosophical lectures of the course. Then, we move into psychometrics, and biological psychology. Those are going to be the most scientific lectures of the course. I was thinking, this morning, while I was preparing this lecture, about why I approach Continue Reading

2017 Maps of Meaning 03: Marionettes and Individuals (Part 2)

OK, so the last time we were here we got maybe a third of the way through this story the story of Pinokio and the transformation of a marionette into something hypothetically real I’m gonna backtrack a few slides and it’ll get us into it again so you remember that Continue Reading

Judgment-Free thoughts on Zizek v Peterson | That Dang Dad

Hey there! Welcome to That Dang Dad, a place to try some free samples in the marketplace of ideas. My name is Phil, thank you for joining me tonight. I finally managed to catch up with the Zizek Peterson debate and I had some thoughts on it… I’m not going Continue Reading

What Does The ISIS Flag Mean? Black Flags Of Jihad Explained

Black Flags Of Jihad are regularly used by ISIS, Al Qaeda, and a handful of other Islamic Militant groups, as a rallying cry and symbol of war. And they’ve certainly been effective at instilling fear in outsiders. But the flag’s writing, symbols, literal translation, and even color – don’t have Continue Reading