Professor Jordan Peterson

“Why be virtuous?  That’s the question.  It’s so that you can bear the suffering of life without becoming corrupt.  Right.  It’s practical; it’s practical.  There’s nothing more practical than that.”

— Professor Jordan Peterson  

“To some degree what you’re doing in fact is you’re making your capacity to pay attention superordinate to your capacity to think and to speak. … There are lots of reasons for making the assumption that attention is a higher order function than intellect, ’cause attention is what teaches intellect.”

— Professor Jordan Peterson

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