Jordan Peterson: Benevolent King or Sneaky Ideologue?

Cat was invited to a book club discussion of Jordan Peterson’s best selling 12 Rules for Life and Rebecca tagged along hoping for drama.

This episode we’ll be taking about what we and the other book club members made of the book and continuing a long-standing conversation about the merits of JBP, is he a benevolent father, or a creepy uncle? You decide, because we can’t!

There are some audio issues with this episode, if this is your first experience of The Seeker and the Skeptic podcast be assured we usually both sound as great as Cat does in this recording.

 

Links mentioned:

12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson

Jordan Peterson and Sam Harris debate

Jordan Peterson and Matt Dillahunty debate

Jordan Peterson Rap/Theme Song (intro clip)

ContraPoints critique of Jordan Peterson 

Thought Crimes: Jordan Peterson and the Meaning of the Meaning of Life – Skeptic Magazine ep 23 

Matt Johnson – The Peculiar Opacity of Jordan Peterson’s Religious Views 

Sham: How the Self-Help Movement Made America Helpless by Steve Salerno

 

 

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