Anyone else making their way through this book and have any thoughts? (I do not want to get into anything political or religious. I do not see JP as inherently political or all that religious.) To me he seems like a public intellectual in the best of senses. I find him really quite good, although he writing is a bit "strident," and I would say he overgeneralizes. For an academic he seems awfully sure of himself, and at the end of the day to cite relatively few sources. Has anyone read his Maps of Meaning? My guess is that it is more academic, but involving similar topics. I may give it a try. Although it seems expensive and daunting. I think his advice is pretty good, and his references to science and literature rather enlightening. I like that he is coming from a largely psychological viewpoint. One could argue that all good advice is sort of obvious. But I think Peterson digs a little deeper into why good advice is hard to follow.