Dr. Jordan Peterson speaks with Milo Yiannopoulos. Why? Because apparently no one should.
This is a highlight from Dr. Peterson’s lecture in Auckland on the fundamental necessity of the presumption of innocence.
Jordan Peterson cancels his lectures at the Polish National Foundation May 7th and the Apollo Theatre in London England on May 8th due to the necessity of emergency surgery for his wife Tammy.
Friday, April 19th at the Sony Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Jordan Peterson debates Slavoj Zizek, Slovenian philosopher and professor at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, whose works on cultural studies, psychoanalysis and, above all, Marxism, are world-renowned.
News 00:00:09 – Traveling a lot in May, next Q&A in June, but really liking the Q&A, getting better at doing Q&A on the road 00:00:38 – Details of debate with Slavoj Zizek 2019 April 19: debate livestream, online access later 00:01:47 – Season 2 of Jordan B. Peterson Podcast, details, General Stanley McChrystal, Westwood One partnership 00:03:38 – UK in May: 12 Rules for Life release in paperback with Penguin Paperbacks 00:06:04 – Self-authoring program, detailed benefits, including Future Authoring; Understand Myself, plus coupon MAY 00:11:50 – Interviews with Dr. Oz in New York, 10-15 minute video clips coming soon! 00:13:58 – Further thoughts on debate with Slavoj Zizek, have re-read Communist Manifesto, studying, preparing for tomorrow/2019 April 19 Q&A 00:14:54 – 1 – If you had been allotted the opportunity, what would you have discussed with Nietzsche? 00:28:18 – 2 – I live in constant worry my children are going to be hit by a car, kidnapped, murdered, beaten up. It’s a torture. How can I stop? 00:40:38 – 3 – News of real atrocities committed by humans esp. torture leave me physically shell-shocked and paralyzed as if I had PTSD. Is there something wrong with me? 00:45:48 – 4 – Dr. Peterson, I recently found out that my father was a former Khmer Rouge. I feel hurt that he is was part of the horror in Cambodia. How do I deal with this? 00:50:47 – 5 – The Greeks had the maxim, “know thyself”. How do we come to know ourselves in terms of our personalities and, more importantly, potential? 01:06:20 – 6 – How do you reconcile the fact that Nietzsche is often taken to be a precursor to Postmodern philosophers like Foucault? Do the PMs misuse Nietzsche? 01:18:54 – 7 – How have you prepared for your debate with Zizek? What are your goals for the conversation to be productive? 01:30:14 Conclusion, studying and preparation; Happiness: Capitalism vs Marxism, debate with Slavoj Zizek Live stream, April 19 2019, 7:30 PM EDT https://www.jordanvsslavojdebate.com/
Senior Vice President, David Nasser, and Dr. Jordan B. Peterson sat down for a discussion after Dr. Peterson spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation on March 29, 2019, in Lynchburg, Va.
Clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has given lectures all over the world—drawing massive audiences with a message that empowers and challenges them to find meaning in their lives through personal responsibility. He shared his wisdom with hundreds of Heritage Foundation supporters in New York City in this captivating conversation with Genevieve Wood.
On March 29, 2019, at Convocation, North America’s largest weekly gathering of Christian students, University of Toronto professor and author Jordan B. Peterson shared principles from his book “12 Rules for Life.”
“Mr. Jamil Jivani is a Yale Law School graduate who rose out of the depths of a history of extreme academic underachievement to the pinnacles of educational success. He was born in Toronto, and attended Humber College, and York University, prior to enrolling at Yale, where he was Program Director of the Marshal-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Program and President of the Yale Black Law Students Association. In 2014-2015, he was an articling student at the major Toronto law firm Torys LLP. He has also worked diligently in Toronto to improve police-community relationships, and co-founded Teachers Beyond the Classroom, which seeks to help unemployed educators transfer their skills to new occupational opportunities across the Greater Toronto Area. Mr. Jivani is, in my opinion, a textbook case of a man who took responsibility. He came from a rough background, certainly one of comparative deprivation, and made far more of the opportunities that were still hidden there in some sense than might be reasonably expected of any man. ” – Jordan Peterson