12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson

Admitting to reading anything of Peterson’s is a dangerous game. The known agitator and alt-right cult hero has some valuable insights. His rules are not all crazy, although the rationale for the rules sometimes borders on cherry-picking generalized data. The idea that we need to take more responsibility of our lives and let the system/expectations/culture control us less is accurate. I appreciate the attempt at de-mystifying Peterson here, but taking a few chapters off his high horse might have been nice.

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