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Psychology Professor Jordan Peterson's self-help book 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos provides some out-of-the-box ways of living life, borrowing from the works of Nietzsche, Freud, Jung, and Dostoevsky, which are unconventional sources for this kind of work.
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Happiness is just a side effect of good things happening. It is temporary, fleeting and unpredictable.
Do not make happiness into a constant desire or purpose.
Jordan Peterson believes that everyone is born with an instinct for ethics and meaning.
Build meaning in your life by being ethical and righteous. Being responsible and taking the right, noble path is the way.
Humans are essentially full of darkness, and that is now visible in social media with the flood of hatred, abuse, and outrage.
Jordan Peterson’s view of the world around him is complex, and he tries to simplify this with books.
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Jordan Peterson describes race as “post-modernist“ and claims that “white privilege” is instead “majority privilege” in a country founded by a white majority.
In doing so he overlooks empathy, the cascade of further unintended benefits Caucasians came to enjoy and that America was f...
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A certain amount of creativity and rebellion must be tolerated - or welcomed, depending on your point of view - to maintain the process of regeneration. Every rule was once a creative act, breaking other rules.
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