- 1 Jordan B Peterson Lecture Series Review from Feminist Perspective parts 1-22
- 1.1 Personality 01: Introduction
- 1.2 02/03: Historical & Mythological Context
- 1.3 04/05: Heroic and Shamanic Initiations
- 1.4 06: Jean Piaget & Constructivism
- 1.5 07: Carl Jung and the Lion King (Part 1)
- 1.6 08: Carl Jung and the Lion King (Part 2)
- 1.7 09: Freud and the Dynamic Unconscious
- 1.8 10: Humanism & Phenomenology: Carl Rogers
- 1.9 11: Existentialism: Nietzsche Dostoevsky & Kierkegaard
- 1.10 12: Phenomenology: Heidegger, Binswanger, Boss
- 1.11 13: Existentialism via Solzhenitsyn and the Gulag
- 1.12 14: Introduction to Traits/Psychometrics/The Big 5
- 1.13 15: Biology/Traits: The Limbic System
- 1.14 16: Biology/Traits: Incentive Reward/Neuroticism
- 1.15 17: Biology and Traits: Agreeableness
- 1.16 18: Biology & Traits: Openness/Intelligence/Creativity I
- 1.17 19: Biology & Traits: Openness/Intelligence/Creativity II
- 1.18 20: Biology & Traits: Orderliness/Disgust/Conscientiousness
- 1.19 21: Biology & Traits: Performance Prediction
- 1.20 22: Conclusion: Psychology and Belief
- 1.21 Jordan B Peterson Challenge – Why He Offends So Many
Jordan B Peterson Lecture Series Review from Feminist Perspective parts 1-22
Hey I am Aki following a debate over the dinner table I decided to look into the so-called monster Jordan B Peterson and find out what all the fuss was about. Following a short review of his works, I settled on the Personality and Its Transformations series. If you follow the links in this article they will take you to the article with my opinion and also my study notes were taken while watching.
I won’t spoil anything but I promise not to pull any punches.
Personality 01: Introduction
Professor Peterson delves into the concept of personality from historical, constructivist, psychoanalytic, behavioural and neurological perspectives in this lecture. The concept of personality refers to our mode of thinking and acting. Personality is both stable and dynamic.
02/03: Historical & Mythological Context
The combined lectures 02 and 03 of Peterson offer some historical context for the understanding of personality, suggesting that the clinical theories concerned with the transformation and improvement of personality and character are based on a classic narrative/mythological structure.