The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

Sinopsis

This podcast is a collection of interviews & lectures, some of which are recorded specifically for this podcast, and some that are from his university courses, public lectures, documentary interviews, and YouTube videos from his channel: Jordan Peterson Videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos). The podcast offers discussion and information concerning a variety of complex ideas: How moral & pragmatic values regulate emotion and motivation; Psychometric models such as the Big Five; The significance of hero mythology; The meaning of music, and the structure of the world as represented through religion and spiritual belief.

Episodios

  • 13 - Maps of Meaning 10, 11, 12,  13

    13 - Maps of Meaning 10, 11, 12, & 13

    26/03/2017 Duración: 01h50min

    Part 1: Maps of Meaning 10 Figuring Evil – Starting at 0:32 Part 2: Maps of Meaning 11 Losing Religion – Starting at 27:57 Part 3: Maps of Meaning 12 Truths that Matter – Starting at 55:22 Part 4: Maps of Meaning 13 The Force Within – Starting at 1:22:45 Links YouTube Video playlist Self-Authoring Programs Dr Peterson's Patreon Support Page One Time Donation to Dr. Peterson

  • 12 - Maps of Meaning 7, 8,  9

    12 - Maps of Meaning 7, 8, & 9

    20/03/2017 Duración: 01h22min

    Part 1: Maps of Meaning 7 Contemplating Genesis – Starting at 0:32 Part 2: Maps of Meaning 8 Dwelling on Paradise – Starting at 27:57 Part 3: Maps of Meaning 9 Becoming A Self – Starting at 55:22 Links YouTube Video playlist Self-Authoring Programs Dr Peterson's Patreon Support Page

  • 11 - Dr. James W Pennebaker

    11 - Dr. James W Pennebaker

    09/03/2017 Duración: 01h21min

    Dr. James W. Pennebaker is Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, and the Executive Director of Project 2021, aimed at rethinking undergrad education at that university. I first encountered Dr. Pennebaker's work when I was working on the SelfAuthoring Suite (www.selfauthoring.com), an online writing program which has helped thousands of college students stay in school and get better grades. He conducted the original work on "expressive writing," starting in the 1980's, showing that people's health and productivity improved when they wrote about traumatic experiences or uncertainty -- particularly if they constructed causal accounts or plans. He has also investigated the psychological significance of patterns of word use (particularly about everyone's favorites, pronouns). We talk about all of this, and much more. Dr. Pennebaker's books include: "Opening Up by Writing it Down" "Expressive Writing: Words that Heal" The Secret Life of Pronouns" You can find out more about The SelfAuthor

  • 10 - Maps of Meaning 4, 5,  6

    10 - Maps of Meaning 4, 5, & 6

    06/03/2017 Duración: 01h22min

    Part 1: Maps of Meaning: 4 Games People Must Play 0:32 Part 2: Maps of Meaning: 5 Grappling with Fear 27:59 Part 3: Maps of Meaning: 6 Submitting to Order 55:23 Links YouTube Video playlist Self-Authoring Programs Dr Peterson's Patreon Support Page

  • 09 - Maps of Meaning 1, 2,  3

    09 - Maps of Meaning 1, 2, & 3

    27/02/2017 Duración: 01h22min

    Part 1: Maps of Meaning: 1 Monsters of Our Own Making. This is the first of a 13-part 30 minute episode television series broadcast by TVO presenting Dr. Jordan B Peterson's lectures on his book, Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief. The lecture provides a good introduction to the psychology of mythology and religion, based on the idea that stories from these domains describe the world as a place of action, rather than, as science does, a place of things. Part 2: Maps of Meaning: 2 Contending with Chaos Part 3: Maps of Meaning: 3 Becoming Like Gods Links YouTube Video playlist Self-Authoring Programs Dr Peterson's Patreon Support Page

  • 08 - Samuel Andreyev

    08 - Samuel Andreyev

    19/02/2017 Duración: 01h22min

    A conversation with Samuel Andreyev: A composer, poet, teacher and performer. His music is performed, broadcast, recorded and written about worldwide, and is known for its expressive intensity, spirit of exploration and enormous range of timbres. Resolutely independent, his compositional process is marked by a rigourous perfectionism, with many projects taking years to reach completion. Samuel Andreyev studied composition with Allain Gaussin in Paris, then at the Conservatoire de Paris, where he obtained a masters degree in composition under Frédéric Durieux, and a prix d’analyse under Claude Ledoux. He also studied electroacoustics at IRCAM from 2011-12. His composition Night Division was awarded the grand prix of the Concours Henri Dutilleux in 2012. In the same year, he was awarded a one-year residency at the Casa de Velázquez in Madrid. Frequently sought after as a guest lecturer, Samuel Andreyev teaches privately and in many conservatories and universities across Europe and North America. Samuel Andreyev

  • 07 - Gregg Hurwitz

    07 - Gregg Hurwitz

    02/02/2017 Duración: 01h42min

    A conversation with Author Gregg Hurwitz covering a variety of topics, including Gregg's recent work, writing practices, perfection vs. wholeness, superheroes & archetypal heroes, how to balance intimacy and work, limits of comedy, free speech, and more. Gregg Hurwitz is the critically acclaimed, New York Times and internationally bestselling author of 17 novels, most recently, THE NOWHERE MAN. His books have been nominated for numerous awards, shortlisted twice for best novel of the year by International Thriller Writers, nominated for CWA’s Ian Fleming Steel Dagger, chosen as feature selections for all four major literary book clubs, honored as Book Sense Picks, nominated for the Galaxy National Book Award, and published in 30 languages. Gregg has written screenplays for or sold spec scripts to many of the major studios, and written, developed, and produced television for various networks. He is also a New York Times Bestselling comic book writer, having penned stories for Marvel (Wolverine, Punisher) a

  • 06 - Slaying the Dragon Within Us

    06 - Slaying the Dragon Within Us

    17/01/2017 Duración: 56min

    This is the first Big Ideas Lecture performed by Jordan Peterson, back in 2002. He reads a book for very young children by Jack Kent called "There's no Such Thing as a Dragon" to a group of University of Toronto alumni (most over 65). He explains what it means: Pay attention -- or else. Links Map of Motivation (Image) There's No Such Thing As A Dragon (Children's Book) Original YouTube Video Self-Authoring Programs Dr Peterson's Patreon Support Page

  • 05 - The Psychology of Redemption

    05 - The Psychology of Redemption

    10/01/2017 Duración: 47min

    A TVO Big Ideas Lecture from 2012, presented at INPM's Conference on Personal Meaning. It discusses the idea of redemption in Christianity from a psychological perspective, comparing in part to ideas of transformation in psychotherapy. www.selfauthoring.com, Dr Peterson's Patreon

  • 04 - Religion, Myth, Science, Truth

    04 - Religion, Myth, Science, Truth

    30/12/2016 Duración: 02h36min

    A discussion about Religion, Myth, Science and Truth. It was originally recorded by Transliminal in November 2015. Find the original video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07Ys4tQPRis&t 0:00 INTRO: PETERSON'S JOURNEY 9:45 RELIGION: CROWD-CONTROL, NAIVE SCIENCE, OR NEITHER? 10:08 "They're straw man arguments" 11:45 Multiple motivational systems, different levels of thinking 13:32 Fundamental presuppositions 14:13 Dawkins vs. Christianity: like a "smart 13 year old boy" 14:44 SCIENTISTS MISREADING RELIGION 15:52 Different systems of thought, different purposes 16:00 More than one basic assumption is possible 17:13 ENTER: DOMINANCE HIERARCHIES 17:19 What's real is what's persistent across time 17:33 Dominance hierarchies and lobsters 17:58 We're evolutionarily adapted to hierarchies 18:14 HIERARCHIES, RELIGIOUS THINKING, AND SUBJECTIVITY 18:42 "Being" as not reducible to material reality 19:12 The road to nihilism and authoritarianism 19:57 DETERMINING THE TRUTH OF A THEORY 20:07 Newton or Darwin? Choose

  • 03 - The Necessity of Virtue

    03 - The Necessity of Virtue

    22/12/2016 Duración: 52min

    A recording of the 2010 Hancock Lecture and was recorded by TVO. Dr Peterson discusses virtue from a contemporary perspective that both encompasses and extends beyond moral and religious contexts. Through compelling stories and research, Dr Peterson illustrates the necessity of virtue both for the individual and for society at large. Support this Podcast with Patreon Dr Peterson's Online Self-Development Writing Programs: Self Authoring

  • 02 - Tragedy vs. Evil

    02 - Tragedy vs. Evil

    19/12/2016 Duración: 43min

    In a lecture recorded by TVO, Professor Jordan Peterson discusses the nature of evil, distinguishing it from tragedy, and presenting his ideas on how both the former and the latter might be most effectively dealt with. Support this Podcast with Patreon Dr Peterson's Online Self-Development Writing Programs: Self Authoring

  • 01 - Reality and the Sacred

    01 - Reality and the Sacred

    07/12/2016 Duración: 58min

    In a public lecture recorded by TVO, Dr Peterson describes the way the world is portrayed in deep stories, such as myths and religious representations. The world in such stories is a place of action, not a place of things, and it has its archetypal characters, positive and negative. Culture is typically represented as paternal, nature as maternal, and the individual as hero and adversary. Culture offers people security, but threatens them with tyranny. Nature offers renewal, but also brings death. The religious path of meaning allows people to negotiate this archetypal landscape. Support this Podcast with Patreon Dr Peterson's Online Self-Development Writing Programs: Self Authoring

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