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Ken Wilber: 'Jordan Peterson and the evolution of thought'

Jordan Peterson has gone from an obscure Canadian academic to an intellectual megastar in a little over a year, and become one of the most polarising cultural figures.

At the core, his philosophical project involves tying together mythology, religion and science into a 'theory of everything' that many are finding compelling.

The Integral philosopher Ken Wilber did something similar in the 90s and 2000s, and built a large and passionate following.

What does he make of Jordan Peterson's rise to fame? Where does he agree, and disagree with his philosophy?

He sat down with Rebel Wisdom's David Fuller to explain.

This is one of several films with Ken Wilber on Rebel Wisdom. Including 'The Intellectual Dark Web, an Integral Conversation?': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2XK812tSmM&t=317s

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Ken Wilber and his team have created a series on Jordan Peterson & the Intellectual Dark Web:

https://integrallife.com/whats-missing-in-the-intellectual-dark-web/#


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