Why We Curse - Prof. Jordan Peterson





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Published on Jul 21, 2017

Jordan Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist, author and psychology professor at the University of Toronto. In this short excerpt of his lecture series “Maps of Meaning” he explains the very evolutionary reason for swearing amongst humans. Head over to Dr. Peterson’s own YouTube channel for his full lectures:

This clip is an excerpt of “2017 Maps of Meaning 7: Images of Story & MetaStory”:

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