Myth and Mayhem

Myth and Mayhem

Myth and Mayhem takes Jordan Peterson's work seriously while criticizing it from a leftist perspective; offering the most sustained theoretical and political critique thus far.

Myth and Mayhem

Myth and Mayhem takes Jordan Peterson's work seriously while criticizing it from a leftist perspective; offering the most sustained theoretical and political critique thus far.

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Apr 24, 2020
978-1-78904-553-6

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Apr 24, 2020
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Commentary & opinion, Conservatism & liberalism, Criticism

Synopsis

Jordan Peterson rocketed to fame in the 2010s and has preached on everything from the evils of postmodern neo-Marxism to the mating habits of lobsters ever since then. The Left has since leveled many criticisms about the Canadian psychologist, characterizing him as everything from an apologist for the alt-right to simply not being interesting or profound.

Myth and Mayhem: A Leftist Critique of Jordan Peterson is intended as a comprehensive critical look at all aspects of his thought, from the philosophical depths to the mundane heights. Written by four authors who each look at a different element of his thought, it shows why taking Peterson seriously doesn't mean embracing him.

Includes an introduction by Slavoj Zizek

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