Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson is the latest and unlikely YouTube celebrity, the result of lectures and a recent book about responsibility. Boring, you say. Not in the least. Millions of young people are lining up to hear his speeches, watch his videos and buy his book, 12 Rules for Life, which has reached No. 1 on Amazon’s bestseller list.
Why the intense interest? “People have been fed this diet of pabulum, rights and impulsive freedom,” Peterson tells consumer journalist John Stossel. “There’s just an absolute starvation for the other side of the story.” Here’s more of the interview on the John Stossel channel.ARVE Error: need id and provider