Jordan Peterson Quotes On Love, Success, Truths

Jordan Peterson Quotes On Love, Success, Truths

Jordan Peterson Quotes On Love, Success, Truth, God, Dangerous

A properly balanced story provides an equal representation of the negative and positive attributes of, I could say the world, but it’s actually a being. ‘Harry Potter”s a good example. So Harry’s the hero, right. But he’s tainted with evil. There’s a dark and a light in every bit of that narrative. It’s well balanced.

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You can say, ‘Well, isn’t it unfortunate that chaos is represented by the feminine’ – well, it might be unfortunate, but it doesn’t matter, because that is how it’s represented. It’s been represented like that forever. And there are reasons for it. You can’t change it. It’s not possible. This is underneath everything.

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Power is competence.

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I like working-class people, generally speaking.

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All things considered, there’s nobody better for children than parents.

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You can think of the entire Internet as a place where ideas embodied in cyberspace are having a war, and it’s not much different than the war of gods in heaven, which has been taking place since there’s been human beings.

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Who is Jordan Peterson?

Born on June 12, 1962, Jordan Bernt Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist and University of Toronto professor of psychology. His main areas of study are abnormal psychology, social psychology, and personality psychology, with particular interest in religious and ideological belief psychology, and personality and performance assessment and improvement.

While working as a post-doctoral fellow at McGill for a couple of years, he worked as an assistant to Harvard University’s psychology department and then an associate professor. He later moved to Canada to work at the University of Toronto as a full professor. His main areas of study include social, personality, and psychology that is abnormal. He pays special attention to cultural and political psychology

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