Why It’s Okay to Be a Noob – Prof. Jordan Peterson

Contrary to what the title of the video might imply, no, it’s ABSOLUTELY NOT OKAY to be a god damn noob. Not in World of Warcraft. Not ever. And you know it! Professor Peterson sure as hell knows it, that’s why he uses the word fool. Bummer. Now, you could argue that the title is completely unrelated to the clip and you were misled. But it would be a pretty noobish thing to fall for something like this, wouldn’t it? Anyway, since you’re here …

If you would like to achieve the status of a non-noob human being, Jordan Peterson has just the right tool for you. His online program “Self Authoring” helps you to analyze your past, to get your present life in order and to identify a more rewarding path for your future. It’s like power leveling your life. And you can even pay for it just like you once paid that poor Chinese guy’s overseer to have your pitiful main char maxed out, because you “just want to raid and pvp”. Man, you should be ashamed of yourself for that one. The more reason to go through with the program, though.

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The clip is only a small excerpt of Jordan B. Peterson’s psychology lecture “2017 Personality 08: Carl Jung and the Lion King (Part 2)“ held at the University of Toronto. You can watch it entirely here.

The last bit is from his lecture “2017 Personality 06: Jean Piaget & Constructivism”.


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