乔丹·彼得森( Jordan Peterson, 1962 - 至今)，加拿大临床心理学家，多伦多大学心理学教授。在21世纪10年代末，他在文化和政治问题上的观点开始受到广泛关注。
It's in responsibility that most people find the meaning that sustains them through life. It's not in happiness. It's not in impulsive pleasure.
'Happiness' is a pointless goal.
It's very hard to find your own words - and you don't actually exist until you have your own words.
Don't compare yourself with other people; compare yourself with who you were yesterday.
When you start to realise how much of what you've constructed of yourself is based on deception and lies, that is a horrifying realisation.
Part of the core information that I've been purveying is that identity politics is a sick game. You don't play racial, ethnic, and gender identity games. The Left plays them on behalf of the oppressed, let's say, and the Right tends to play them on behalf of nationalism and ethnic pride. I think they're equally dangerous.
The book, '12 Rules For Life,' is a very serious book. There's elements of humor in it, but I'm trying to struggle with things at the deepest possible level and to explain to people why it's necessary to live a upstanding and noble and moral and truthful and responsible life, and why there's hell to pay if you don't do that.
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