Dr Jordan Peterson – Maps of Meaning – Full Course

Dr Jordan Peterson, a psychology professor at Toronto University, has a fascinating lecture (university course) online (linked below) called “Maps of Meaning” where he goes into the psychology of tyranny, and how each of us has the capacity to serve evil within us. It is in discovering this capacity before it happens that allows the individual to stave off the fate of performing evil against others. The course draws on […] Read more »

The Problem with Equity (Equality of Outcome)

Here is the paradox of equity: the state must treat individuals unequally in order to enforce equality of outcome. However, with equality of opportunity, each individual is granted an equal opportunity to pursue their own unequal outcomes. Historically speaking, equal opportunity results in the liberty of the individual, while equal outcomes results in tyranny, genocide, and the enslavement of the individual. Yes, the State must use force to ensure the […] Read more »

Jordan Peterson: A history lesson for political radicals

Hate speech laws criminalizes people’s right to open dialogue on sensitive issues, which not only violates our right to free speech, it also cultivates fringe hate groups, while removing our ability to learn how to stand up for our personal values as mature human beings. We absolutely need free speech and the ability to offend others, so that we can encourage dialogue about difficult and emotionally charged topics. Such dialogues […] Read more »

Interview with Dr. Jordan B. Peterson | Free Speech & Social Justice

In this very exciting stream, I (Roaming Millennial) interview University of Toronto professor Dr. Jordan Peterson about the controversy surrounding his opposition to Bill C-16, the importance of free speech, gender issues (including non-binary identities and pronouns), and the current prominence of social justice in academia. ~Roaming Millennial Read more »

Genders, Rights and Freedom of Speech

I find Professor Jordan Peterson a refreshing breath of fresh air, as he is able to articulate multilogical perspectives, avoid getting baited by motivated and/or biased reasoning, and hold a rational discourse free from being argumentative.  I’ve watched more than a few of his lectures and interviews now, and am grateful that he is speaking up for truth in the face of Marxist political rhetoric.  I also appreciate that he […] Read more »