These videos contain interviews of Jordan Peterson by people who essentially share his views, or wish to learn more about the logical and historical basis for his anti-PC stnce. In the case of the Gad Saad and Dave Rubin interviews, separate excerptsare also provided of the concluding portion of those interviews.
Gad Saad interview of Jordan Peterson concerning the uproar over his video series on political correctness.
Conclusion of Gad Saad interview of Jordan Peterson concerning the uproar over his video series on political correctness.
A brief interview on oppressive laws concerning gender in Canada. Peterson states that there are too many gender identity categories.
Peterson and one of his grad students discuss the psychological profile of SJW’s, liberals, conservatives and right-wing authoritarians.
Skype interview of Jordan Peterson dealing with SJW issues by Gavin McInnes on his “How’s It Goin’, Eh?” podcast.
A wide-ranging interview of Jordan Peterson by “liberal” video blogger Dave Rubin concerning Peterson’s battle for free speech at University of Toronto, especially as it applies to the mandated use of “desired” Transgender pronouns.
An especially emotionally-changed conclusion to Jordan Peterson’s interview by “liberal” video blogger Dave Rubin.
A wide-ranging interview of Jordan Peterson by video blogger Sam Sholli. This hour-long video deals with Peterson’s opposition to the Transgender C-16 legislation, the personality profile for PC-authoritarians, and the trajectory beyond C-16 towards government informants and increasingly coercive restrictions to free speech, leaning on Peterson’s extensive study of regimes such as the Soviet Union, the Peoples Republic of China, Cambodia, Viet Nam, and North Korea.
Steven Crowder Interview
Start of interview with Jordan Peterson on Louder with Crowder. Talks about the Gender pronoun controversy, free speech vs compelled speech, and laws based on ideology and faulty science. Social constructionism criticized, and hate speech supported so it can be criticized. Peterson is gaining support from public 25 to 1. UofT rated by Peterson as not as far left as ivy league, partly due to immigrants who are family oriented and want to get ahead. But admin getting more and more leftist The UofT controversy really about equality of outcome vs. opportunity. Justin Trudeau trashed a bit — too Leftist
Jordan Peterson discussing his self-authoring program, whereby people are taught how to be self-critical and to lay out goals, and reflect on thought patterns which are beneficial, and which or detrimental. This program have helped thousands of university students to increase grades, and reduce dropout rates on the order of 20-25%.
Conclusion of discussion on self-authoring. Discussion about religious beliefs. Peterson says he IS a Christian but also believes in science. Discussion of what’s next relative to PC: ideology and nihilism as two extremes. Peterson contrasts conservatives vs. liberals and states that both are necessary, and they need to communicate with each other. Also discusses entrepreneurs (liberal) vs. managers (conservative), as well as political beliefs and increased polarization on both sides. Critical (in a good way) dialogue is needed to find best solutions.
Joe Rogan Interview
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss the controversy at University of Toronto over the use of Transgender pronouns.
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss income equality, the polarization of the Left vs the Right, Feminism and university teachers.
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss Justin Trudeau, Social Justice Warriors and North Korea.
Joe Rogan & personality psychologist Jordan Peterson discuss “innocuous” ideologies (no such thing!), and success as oppression.
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss the 2015 Yale “racist” halloween costumes and university safe spaces.
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss reconciling science and religion.
Jordan Peterson Explains his Self-Authoring program to Joe Rogan.
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss unearned moral superiority.
Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss the current status ofWomen’s Studies on university campuses.