Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 7a, Concluding Thoughts

Alright, let’s wrap this up. At least one friend and one commenter has pointed out that Maps of Meaning is an academic tome that is quite separate from the content that has made Peterson famous. It’s difficult to articulate whether I fully believe this: I haven’t actually figured out precisely what the remit of the… Continue reading Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 7a, Concluding Thoughts

Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 5b, Reinterpretting the Fall

The conventional wisdom about the Christian story of Eden and the Fall is that humanity was created immortal and given a single rule: to not eat from The Tree of Knowledge and Good and Evil, situated in the garden they lived in, the Garden of Eden. The two humans around then broke that one rule,… Continue reading Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 5b, Reinterpretting the Fall