'Jordan Peterson, censorship and the left', with novelist Tim Lott





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Published on Aug 9, 2018

Tim Lott was the first mainstream UK journalist to profile Jordan Peterson, in the Spectator magazine. A novelist and storyteller, he also describes himself as an 'old lefty'.

In this, he discusses with Rebel Wisdom's David Fuller how the 'left' has changed in his lifetime - what the current left could learn from Jordan Peterson's thought, and the effect that a new ideological thinking is having on art and literature.

Tim's Spectator piece about Jordan Peterson: https://life.spectator.co.uk/2017/09/...

Tim's brilliant novel, 'The Scent of Dried Roses': https://www.amazon.co.uk/Scent-Dried-...

This film is part of a larger Rebel Wisdom series, "Jordan Peterson and the left, a new conversation". The other films are as follows.

Main discussion with new Jordan Peterson interview: https://youtu.be/6sUtOOOVcqw

'What can the left learn from Jordan Peterson', with Matthew Segall and Jesse Estrin from the California Institute of Integral Studies: https://youtu.be/jwMxmg83aUw

'Jordan Peterson and Integral Theory', with Jeff Salzman of the Daily Evolver: https://youtu.be/hfJbrS75_Gs

'Jordan Peterson and the patriarchy', with Lene Andersen: https://youtu.be/dvyo1w5Ff_A

'Beyond polarisation?' The left & Jordan Peterson, with Ronan Harrington, Alter Ego: https://youtu.be/t6Fwhs3HBGE

If you enjoy our films, please consider helping us make more by funding us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rebelwisdom


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