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Jordan Peterson: “There was plenty of motivation to take me out. It just didn't work" | British GQ

  • Жарияланды 2018 ж. 29 Қаз.

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  • @user-vc7lc7wg6y
    @user-vc7lc7wg6y  Жыл бұрын +43

    Being so calm while being accused by a variety of stuff is a trait that I should be working on.

  • @utzgalore2440
    @utzgalore2440 21 күн бұрын +1

    I love how she changes topics the moment she can't argue him.

  • @tammy2855
    @tammy2855 21 күн бұрын +203

    So grateful for this man. It’s so refreshing, exciting and captivating to watch him speak and debunk people who attempt to bring him down. They’re clearly threatened by him and yet all I see is someone who is so heart centred, a speak of truth and who is standing for something good within our society. She entered this with so many preconceived constructs about who he is. I get her passion but she’s also coming at him with a chip on her shoulder and seeing his work through a narrow feminist lens. In a way, tainted. She might have gotten much more from the interview if she had taken a neutral stance rather than pulling everything she could to attack him with. What an incredible human he is. 🙏

  • @dadafgf9360
    @dadafgf9360 Күн бұрын +183

    The fact that people still listen to a 1.5hour interview 4 years later says a lot

  • @nickparker4875
    @nickparker4875 9 сағат бұрын +40

    His command of the English language is phenomenal and his ability to express himself in depth and detail is breathtaking. He presents almost everything I believe in, and I thank him for vocalizing, with such skill, the fundamentals of a good life.

  • @leslievituptehim6236
    @leslievituptehim6236 Күн бұрын +59

    I'd never felt so bad for someone in my 28 year life as I did when this woman said she was married.

  • @pitfighter871
    @pitfighter871 2 жыл бұрын +66


  • @user-zv1os7xr1y
    @user-zv1os7xr1y 28 күн бұрын +226

    I would like to thank this woman for helping Jordan Peterson become even more famous, and gain more fans, as a result of this interview, which went viral. Thank you Helen!

  • @dmmultimediamx
    @dmmultimediamx 21 күн бұрын +126

    A true TEACHER. It is a privilege to share this era with a character like him.

  • @thatguy2521
    @thatguy2521 21 күн бұрын +76

    Jordon is the most patient person I’ve ever seen and that patients is what makes him so good at arguments not only that but he also looks up information and brings facts to a argument it’s always funny when people believe something and never really look at the facts of what they believe then think their opinion is what’s going to win in a argument just to get consistently torn apart by someone like Jordon

  • @jimjaspers2804
    @jimjaspers2804 14 күн бұрын +35

    This is how you stand your ground people. Bravo Jordan, you're a hero to people around the world and history will remember you as such.

  • @tlawhon
    @tlawhon 2 жыл бұрын +34

    "Privilege is a problem!"

  • @torioglesby4936
    @torioglesby4936 21 күн бұрын +76

    I was introduced to Jordan Peterson by mainstream media when he was touring Australia, a few years ago, and believed him to be a far right misogynist teaching young men bad things… THEN I LISTENED TO HIM. What a beautiful, brave and rare soul. He has taught me so much and I listen to something from him weekly.

  • @piggy6394
    @piggy6394 28 күн бұрын +71

    What a man. Stays calm and be clear to the point and listens to understand not to repel and be calm even after he proves the other person illogical. That is dedication, showing deep concern on how people are misunderstanding things, so much so that he doesn't even care if the reasoning against him are so silly sometimes. Respect to you sir.

  • @steevie3668
    @steevie3668 21 күн бұрын +134

    "if you hire a plumber ... it's not because there's roving bands of tyrannical plumbers, forcing you to make that choice." omg, that killed me completely. This man is awesome!

  • @sebastianbodiot6326
    @sebastianbodiot6326 21 күн бұрын +23

    Jordan telling her that her mentality wouldnt do her relationships any good is daunting to hear because she got divorced two years after this interview. That's insane for him to be so circumstantially sure of other peoples existence and where they are going to go just because he understands human behavior and human pathology.

  • @hectoranglero9664
    @hectoranglero9664 21 күн бұрын +44

    The man is simply amazing. Once I opened up my mind this man really became an inspiration to me.

  • @halg3625
    @halg3625 21 күн бұрын +36

    I'm actually pleased to see two human beings, with polar opposite views, speaking to one another in a relatively respectable manner. I can't stand it when opponents shout over one another, to the point that no one can be heard. This gentleman, especially, has my deepest respect. He is showing such an incredible level of patience with someone who doesn't deserve it. This female doesn't seem to understand the difference between evolutionary adaptations and culture.

  • @4lifemonkeyboy
    @4lifemonkeyboy 2 жыл бұрын +10

    “Sorry to use that term, i know it upsets you”

  • @ericbris7359
    @ericbris7359 28 күн бұрын +33

    The way this man expresses his ideas is delightful! We all should learn from him. He has a magnificent way to defend his arguments.