note: if the audio is a bit too low on the second night's lecture on you youtube then try the google drive mirror link.
i would also like to introduce a cool search tool i found on /r/jordanpeterson. i'm not sure what it's called (it's url is daemon.life right now) but it's a webapp that uses the auto/user transcribed closed captions from jordan peterson's hundreds of hour+ long youtube videos to allow you to search for any phrase or utterance.
it really helps when you are trying to recall a concept that was breifly touched upon in a fragment of a tangental supporting argument for some broader idea in some particular video you watched weeks ago but have mostly forgotten. it also helps if you like to check a quote or if he said something the mainstream media claimed he said (spoilers: he didn't)
links & additional resources:
jordan peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist, free speech advocate, a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto and a prominent defender of christianity, the judeo-christian ethic and western civilization as a whole.
- jordanbpeterson.com homepage
- jordan's youtube channel
- search all of jordan's youtube video's for specific phrases
- jordan's patreon - for donations
- jordan's wikipedia entry
sam harris is an American author, philosopher, neuroscientist, critic of religions, a blogger, public intellectual, and a podcast host.
- samharris.org homepage
- sam's youtube channel
- the waking up with sam harris podcast
- sam's patreon - for donations
- sam's wikipedia entry
bret weinstein (moderator) is an American biologist and evolutionary theorist. it's also prudent to mention his brother eric weinstein an American economist, writer, and creator of the "intellectual dark web" brand.
- bret's youtube channel
- the So to Speak podcast
- bret's patreon - for donations
- bret's wikipedia entry
you can find jordan & sam's books over in my small personal library of ebooks that i host here for free. also here's the first video that i encountered bret weinstein in. it was on the joe rogan experience podcast in which he talked about his exile as a professor for being "white" while teaching at evergreen college. turns out the people who attend that college are greener than we could even imagine.