People know when they come across an honest, straight shooter.
Jordan Bernt Peterson is arguably one of them.
Author of the book “12 Rules for Life, an antidote to chaos“, Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist and a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto.
His message is heard across the world and you can follow his latest work, right below:
One of his most famous interviews is the one with Cathy Newman on Channel 4 News where he talks about gender pay gap, campus protests and postmodernism:
Peterson also has a podcast if you prefer listening to him, that way.
He also has his page in ResearchGate if you want to read some of his most important research papers, which he mainly wrote with other renowned researchers, making him an authentic scientist.
Of the many interviews he’s given, the following lets him square off with a typical feminist who despises her version the patriarchy narrative. And he shines before the Helen Lewis, from British GQ, who loses just about all the arguments she attempts to start, with him:
Peterson has bachelor’s degrees in political science and psychology from the University of Alberta and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from McGill University. He was a post-doctoral fellow at McGill from 1991 to 1993 before moving to Harvard University, where he was an assistant and then an associate professor in the psychology department. In 1998, he moved back to Canada as a faculty member in the psychology department at the University of Toronto, where, as of 2019, he is a full professor
Here’s a quick update on Jordan, as he’s currently writing a book and looking for an illustrator. Perhaps this could be your opportunity to add to this man’s written words with your gift for visually insightful images, on the cover of his most likely best selling book to come.
Jordan is also looking for a Toronto-based social media manager, if this is more your field of expertise.
For those who like Jordan, be sure to listen to his latest lecture, from Auckland, in New Zealand, in February of 2020.
Jordan’s daughter, Mikhaila Peterson, recently talked about herself and her dad, on RT. Both themes were quite interesting.