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The Postmodernists - Jordan Peterson


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JORDAN PETERSON about, The Post-modernists - Dangerous People Are Teaching Your Kids.
"12 Rules for Life"
The Sovereignty of the Individual
The Freedom of Expression

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The Postmodernists - Jordan Peterson

  1. 1. JORDAN PETERSON about:  The Postmodernists  Identity politics  “12 Rules for Life”  Sovereignty of the Individual  Freedom of Expression
  2. 2. Dangerous People Are Teaching Your Kids Dangerous people are filling the heads of young people with dangerous nonsense. Who are these people? They are what Jordan Peterson calls: “the post-modernists:” “neo-Marxist professors who dominate our colleges and universities. And here’s the worst part: we are financing these nihilists with tax dollars, alumni gifts and tuition payments. Time to wise up.” Jordan Peterson
  3. 3. They are indoctrinating young minds throughout the West with their resentment-ridden ideology. They have made it their life's mission to undermine Western civilization itself, which they regard as corrupt, oppressive and “patriarchal.” You're supporting ideologues who claim that all truth is subjective; that all sex differences are socially constructed; and that Western imperialism is the sole source of all Third World problems. They are the post-modernists, pushing “progressive” activism at a college near you. Jordan Peterson “The post-modernists:” – pushing “progressive” activism
  4. 4. To understand and oppose the post-modernists, the ideas by which they orient themselves must be clearly identified. First is their new unholy trinity of diversity, equity and inclusion. Diversity is defined not by opinion, but by race, ethnicity or sexual identity; equity is no longer the laudable goal of equality of opportunity, but the insistence on equality of outcome; and inclusion is the use of identity- based quotas to attain this misconceived state of equity. Jordan Peterson “The post-modernists:” – pushing “progressive” activism
  5. 5. Second is rejection of the free market —of the very idea that free, voluntary trading benefits everyone. They won't acknowledge that capitalism has lifted up hundreds of millions of people so they can for the first time in history afford food, shelter, clothing, transportation— even entertainment and travel. Those classified as poor in the US (and, increasingly, everywhere else) are able to meet their basic needs. Meanwhile, in once- prosperous Venezuela—until recently the poster-child of the campus radicals—the middle class lines up for toilet paper. Jordan Peterson “The post-modernists:” – pushing “progressive” activism
  6. 6. Third, and finally, are the politics of identity. Post- modernists don't believe in individuals. You're an exemplar of your race, sex, or sexual preference. You're also either a victim or an oppressor. No wrong can be done by anyone in the former group, and no good by the latter. Such ideas of victimization do nothing but justify the use of power and engender intergroup conflict. All these concepts originated with Karl Marx, the 19th-century German philosopher. Marx viewed the world as a gigantic class struggle —the bourgeoisie against the proletariat; the grasping rich against the desperate poor. But wherever his ideas were put into practice—in the Soviet Union, China, Vietnam, and Cambodia, to name just a few—whole economies failed, and tens of millions were killed. We fought a decades-long cold war to stop the spread of those murderous notions. But they're back, in the new guise of identity politics. “The post-modernists:” – pushing “progressive” activism Jordan Peterson
  7. 7. Jordan Peterson - Postmodernism Dr. Peterson presented the case for taking personal responsibility over blaming others for one’s personal status in life. JORDAN B. PETERSON: IDENTITY POLITICS & THE MARXIST LIE OF WHITE PRIVILEGE
  8. 8. Jordan Peterson - Postmodernism Dr. Peterson presented the case for taking personal responsibility over blaming others for one’s personal status in life.
  9. 9. Jordan Peterson - Postmodernism The postmodern philosophy “came into vogue” in the 1970s, according to Peterson, “after classic Marxism, especially of the economic type, had been so thoroughly discredited that no one but an absolute reprobate could support it publicly.” Peterson said it’s not possible to understand our current society without considering the role postmodernism plays within it, “because postmodernism, in many ways—especially as it’s played out politically—is the new skin that the old Marxism now inhabits.”
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  15. 15. Jordan Peterson - The patron saint of sorting yourself out Want to make the world a better place? Start by bettering yourself. Best-selling author and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson explains how incremental daily changes can lead to a better life and ultimately a more harmonious world. Fix Yourself - Jan 29, 2018 Dr. Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos.
  16. 16. Jordan Peterson - The patron saint of sorting yourself out Dr. Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos.
  17. 17. "What should I do with my wife?" Treat her as if she is the Holy Mother of God, so that she may give birth to the world- redeeming hero. What should I do with my daughter? Stay by her side, listen to her, watch her, form her mind and make it clear that nothing happens if she wants to be a mother. What should I do with my parents? Act in such a way that your actions justify the suffering they went through. What should I do with my son? Encourage him to be a true Son of God. " “12 Rules for Life” by Jordan Peterson Jordan Peterson
  18. 18. " Christianity achieved the well-nigh impossible. The Christian doctrine elevated the individual soul, placing slave and master and commoner and nobleman alike on the same metaphysical footing, rendering them equal before God and the law... In consequence, the metaphysical conception of the implicit transcendent worth of each and every soul established itself against impossible odds as the fundamental presupposition of Western law and society. That was not the case in the world of the past, and is not the case yet in most places in the world of the present. "Jordan Peterson “12 Rules for Life” by Jordan Peterson
  19. 19. "Strikingly, these differences, strongly influenced by biological factors, are most pronounced in the Scandinavian societies where gender-equality has been pushed hardest: this is the opposite of what would be expected by those who insist, ever more loudly, that gender is a social construct. It isn’t. This isn’t a debate. The data are in." " Biological distinctions between men and women? Despite the existence of an overwhelming, multi-disciplinary scientific literature indicating that sex differences are powerfully influenced by biological factors,…”Jordan Peterson “12 Rules for Life” by Jordan Peterson
  20. 20. Jordan Peterson: Sovereignty of the individual To say ‘The meek shall inherit the earth’ is very different from proclaiming those famous words from the Communist manifesto: “Workers of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains!” Having ‘nothing to lose’ means that one is ready to cast aside human mercy and engage in violence. It turns out that the workers have everything to lose. Perhaps Karl Marx’s ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’ is one of the worst ideas ever conceived of: effectively advocating the replacement of one form of tyranny (the individual exploiting the masses) with another (the masses exploiting the individual).
  21. 21. Jordan Peterson: Sovereignty of the individual If you invert the class structure, it’s still a class structure—the upside-down pyramid is still a pyramid—except it has no foundation and will collapse on itself. Marx and Engel’s dialectical materialism is mono-logical: it sees only material conditions and ignores deep psychology and metaphysics. Marx thought a people’s dictatorship would be a temporary stage leading to a classless society. There is, however, no psychological realism in this utopian view: in fact, we have every reason to believe that Marx’s theories have their logical climax in mass murder and tyranny.
  22. 22. Jordan Peterson: Sovereignty of the individual “If you don’t believe in free speech you don’t believe in the implicit divinity of mankind,” … “You don’t believe in the sovereignty of the individual.” “The notion that every single human being – regardless of their peculiarities and their strangenesses and sins and crimes and all of that – has something divine in them that needs to be regarded with respect… I think it is the cornerstone of our legal system. That's the notion that everyone is equal before God. ... But if you look way that the idea of individual sovereignty developed, it is clear that it unfolded over thousands, perhaps tens of thousands of years, where it became something that was fixed in the imagination that each individual had something of transcendent value about them.” Drinking from the firehose with Howard Bloom - Jordan Peterson
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  24. 24. Jordan Peterson on freedom of expression Genders, Rights and Freedom of Speech The Agenda with Steve Paikin - Published on Oct 26, 2016
  25. 25. Jordan Peterson on freedom of expression "Freedom of expression is the mechanism by which we keep our society functioning. … Freedom of speech is freedom to engage in the processes that we use to formulate the problems in our society, to generate solutions to them, and reach a consensus. It's actually a mechanism – it's not just another value. And you should put constraints on free speech with the most extreme caution because you interfere with people's ability to think and communicate” "I’ve studied totalitarianism for four decades and I know how it starts: it starts with restrictions on freedom of speech.” Jordan B. Peterson, Octubre, 2016, Free Speech Rally, University of Toronto.
  26. 26. “Un mundo sin libertad de expresión es un mundo de esclavitud y tiranía” Jordan Peterson on freedom of expression
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