Twelve Rules for Life

书名:Twelve Rules for Life解决混乱的灵药
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2 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos is a 2018 self-help book by Canadian clinical psychologist and psychology professor Jordan Peterson. It provides life advice through essays on abstract ethical principles, psychology, mythology, religion, and personal anecdotes. The book topped bestseller lists in Canada, the U.S. and the UK, and has sold over two million copies. Peterson went on a world tour to promote the book, with a Channel 4 News interview receiving much attention. Critics praised the book's advice for men and atypical style. Peterson's perspective on God received mixed reception and his writing style was criticized by some reviewers.


Jordan Bernt Peterson (born June 12, 1962) is a Canadian clinical psychologist and a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. His main areas of study are in abnormal, social, and personality psychology,[1] with a particular interest in the psychology of religious and ideological belief[2] and the assessment and improvement of personality and performance.[3]

Peterson has bachelor's degrees in political science and psychology from the University of Alberta and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from McGill University. He was a post-doctoral fellow at McGill from 1991 to 1993 before moving to Harvard University, where he was an assistant and then an associate professor in the psychology department.[4][5] In 1998, he moved back to Canada as a faculty member in the psychology department at the University of Toronto, where, as of 2019, he is a full professor.

Peterson's first book, Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief (1999), examined several academic fields to describe the structure of systems of beliefs and myths, their role in the regulation of emotion, creation of meaning, and several other topics such as motivation for genocide.[6][7][8] His second book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, was released in January 2018.[4][9][10]

In 2016 Peterson released a series of YouTube videos criticizing political correctness and the Canadian government's Bill C-16, "An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code". The Act added "gender identity and expression" as a prohibited ground of discrimination,[a][11] which Peterson characterised as an introduction of compelled speech into law,[12][13][14] although legal experts have disagreed.[15] He subsequently received significant media coverage, attracting both support and criticism.[4][9][10] Peterson is associated with the "Intellectual Dark Web".[16][17][18]


@ Q仙儿 终于知道龙虾教授的由来。看书的同时一直在划线做笔记,这样的书应该是买不了什么好价,并且我也不打算卖。我觉得是可以常读常新的一本书。里面大量的文献和故事穿插,很容易读,也很容易读懂。有很多我人生的困惑都能relate,所以觉得还可以二刷。 @ 投奔怒海 真希望我在十八岁的时候碰见这本书。还有此书有繁体版汉化了,但是推荐看原版mobi. @ 红色有角F叔 不如龙虾的视频好看 复读机龙虾 @ Double-man 暂时不能给满分,因为刚刚读完,还没有实践过。这本书不像一般的鸡汤文,心理学书籍,毒鸡汤?也不像,很难形容。让岁月见证这本书吧,最近确实准备好好研究一下彼得森教授。 @ SZ 中信启皓的一日游 读完了整本书 条条法则都应该刻在心里 溶到血液里才好 @ 回到阳台 20岁时看最好呀 @ taylor Thank you Professor Jordan Peterson. @ 冰箱与花 只想弄清楚每个标题在讲什么,后面的论证和举例部分太过跳跃,经常读着读着怎么又开始说另外一个了。其他的没啥感觉,唯独只和自己做比较的这个比较好。跳跃观看的此书,实在难以读下去。 @ Maggie 有点失望,没有想象中那么精彩。内容好多冗长又啰嗦,对圣经的引用过多,而且一些观点也不能苟同。有点明白为什么他那么受年轻男性欢迎了。比起这本我更愿意再读一遍Man's Search for Meaning。 @ 范德 tedious and cliche


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