Review Female Perspective Part 22 Psychology and Belief
Will the conclusion hold the silver bullet that proves Peterson is everything they say he is? I doubt it, but we will see if you missed my previous notes and takeaways from the last lecture see it here:
Conclusion: Psychology and Belief – A Personality Guide BY Jordan B. Peterson
Jordan concludes the 2017 Introduction to Personality and its Transformations lecture series by discussing the psychology of belief and describing the individual’s reality and potential. Humans are information foragers who have evolved to exist on the edge of known and unknown land, order and chaos, and, symbolically, yin and yang. That’s where the flow of information is greatest and where the meaning that helps us cope with tragedy can be found.
- Clinical psychology focuses on the fact of what a person is and his potential to become better.
- Piaget’s technical thesis is that a child is born with nothing but a set of reflexes, and the boots fall off those reflexes.
- Implement the ten micro routines you’ve learned, and you’ll have a well-functioning personality.
- Sometimes the person is sad but theoretically high-functioning; they have all the dang micro routines; they’re well socialized and just dormant. You have to reawaken them and execute them.
- One of you will raise your goddamn entitlement and go out there and make the world a better place.
You are completely aware of several things that you could stop doing to enhance your life, so try it and see what happens.
That’s a good idea, so it’s personality and its transformations because it is better to talk to you about who you are as a human being and also as an individual, but also what you could become, which is a crucial question in the domains of clinical psychology in particular. After all, a lot of what you do with people as a clinician is trying to figure out who they could become.
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Piaget was attempting to bridge the gap between science and religion, and one of the things he did that he thought contributed to that goal was to ask, “Where do moral judgments come from?” Well, they partly emerge as a result of consensus, and it’s a bounded domain if we’re going to occupy the same space for any length of time, and those are two critical propositions, the same space and a long time, then we have to figure out how to get there.
Take the biological systems and see if they aggregate into something that resembles your temperament, your five temperamental dimensions. For example, maybe if you’re an extrovert, you’re dominated by the dopaminergic system, just as you are if you’re high in openness, and if you’re high in eroticism, you’re dominated mainly by anxiety systems and systems that mean mediate emotional pain, and if you’re agreeable, you’re
Okay, so you build your routines from the bottom up, as Piaget pointed out, and sometimes from the top down because you can think yourself into a radical transformation now and then. Still, mostly you’re aggregating the micro-units of your interpretive schemas and behaviours into higher-order structures that you can then tag with higher-order abstractions.
Although this is the end, you can still watch 2017 Personality 22: Conclusion: Psychology and Belief for further information.
Opinion Lecture Twenty-Two Jordan Peterson
Wow-what a ride, I mean, bloody hell, not only have I found no evidence of Jordan Peterson being evil, but I have also enhanced my life journey. Peterson has a way with words and understanding of the meaning that is intuitive, but I often cannot find words for myself. I am not in any way disappointed that he is not what he was made out to be, In fact, I am privileged to have watched him. Please, I implore you to spend the time with this brilliant series. I will look into the future at more of his material. I hope you enjoyed my notes of the lectures, and they added some value. English is my third language, so you know, but thanks for coming with me on this journey, and I look forward to the comments.
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I hope you enjoyed my take and my rough notes from my Jordan Peterson experience. You can find links to the complete series here:
Entire Series: 2017 Personality and Its Transformations Parts 1-22