Jordan Peterson’s Misuse of Nietzsche

Jordan Peterson is not as bad as many make him out to be. His self-help principles are realistic, his track record as a psychologist/professor is legitimate and his lectures are quite stimulating. I believe that, for the most part, he is a force for good. My generation lacked the “fatherly wisdom” which he seems most keen on bestowing, hence, the more his message of taking on personal responsibility is spread amongst young…

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Daniel Lehewych

Daniel Lehewych

M.A. Philosophy @ CUNYGraduateCenter & Contributing Writer @ Newsweek @ BigThink @ Allwork.Space