September 25, 2021

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Joe Rogan Experience #1070 – Jordan Peterson

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20 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1070 – Jordan Peterson

  1. I'm somewhere in the middle with this. Yes, there are biological differences between men and women, but women were also suppressed for many years. Women were only allowed to be secretaries and nurses back then.There's a strong butterfly effect that comes with that. There are both biological and sexist reasons.

  2. The more you have the more youll get, its like a natural law. Theres always a tiny proportion of people that'll . – Jordon Peterson

    Stop letting people accumulate more than x amount of money… figure out the sensitivity of the value of equality of outcome. Like we said, its not 0.

  3. In a psychological sense, you could say that imposing tyranny onto people and the whole quality of outcome thing is supporting the root agenda that proclaims that you can change other people, if you look at this exact behavior in modern psychology you can see that it’s incorrect at its core, with the example of an interaction of two people, you can’t change the other person, you can only provide them with support to some extend that ya generally agreed upon in society

  4. Here's one about interests. I live in Canada, a country that is hockey crazy right? But an interesting fact is that we have way more kids registered in youth soccer than in hockey. Yet we suck in soccer internationally (on the men's side anyways, our women aren't too bad).

    A big part of this popularity of youth soccer vs hockey can be attributed to the parents because hockey is more expensive than soccer due to the high cost of equipment and ice time. Secondly, being a hockey parent is harder when you have to deal with 6:00 AM ice times for practices etc.

    But here is the interesting thing. For kids over 16, the number of kids registered in soccer falls off dramatically compared to hockey. As the kids get older and have more of a say in it, their true preferences come to the fore. Thus Canada does well at hockey internationally, whereas our men seldom even make the cut to even participate in the World Cup of Soccer.

    Interests make all the difference.

  5. I don't understand why people hate this guy. I am completely flabbergasted that some people are supportive of equal outcomes. Reminds me of Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut.

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