posted on Apr, 9 2019 @ 04:32 PM
a reply to: Blue_Jay33
It's a shame these intellectuals don't really bring the biological nature of the human mind into the equation.
Peterson is the most guilty of completely ignoring the facts of nature. He goes on this connected analogy of borders from human skin, up to basically
a country, yet stops there? If you go far enough you can easily take into account that planet earth itself has a shield protecting us humans, and
everything on it. But that's another subject.
The one talking point I really liked, and probably the most important was at 10:17. That we are not ready for this age of information. The internet as
much of a tool it is for good, has caused all sorts of ideologies, like minded individuals and thoughts to come together, for good and bad.
A prime example of what information, and what really happens in the world was back during the Vietnam war. Or even the American Civil war. The shock
of actually seeing what a mess was going on in those theaters of war, caused huge uproar to those who weren't directly involved. And that was just
through television, and photographs.
I think the internet has given us so much information it's enlightened us, but at the same time it's divided so many people and when you add phenomena
like the google effect, it strengthens those beliefs and ideologies even more.
edit on 9-4-2019 by strongfp because: (no reason given)