Peterson writes an entire chapter against ideologies—feminism, anti-capitalism, environmentalism, basically anything ending in ism—declaring that life is too complex to be described by such intellectual frameworks. Funny story: There's an academic movement devoted to skepticism of grand historical narratives. It's called … postmodernism. That chapter concludes by advising readers to put their own lives in order before trying to change the world. This is not only a rehash of one of the previous 12 rules—"Clean up your bedroom," he writes, because fans love it when you play the hits—but also ferocious chutzpah coming from a man who was on a lecture tour well after he should have gone to rehab.On Fri, Mar 5, 2021 at 12:50 PM Larry Trout <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I only vaguely knew the name Jordan Peterson for maybe 5 years.I knew he was controversial and the press characterized him as alt-right.I had no interest, and slightly avoided anything related to him.I have since watched him debate and be interviewed few times.He is a strange man. But, ge also is a methodical and intellectual debater with interesting takes. He also had some strange health issues with him and his family.He is most famous for his book/speeches on 12 principles, which seem very good.This article in the Atlantic is a well written history of his life.