Social Issues,  Thought-provoking

Jordan Peterson: Misunderstood or a dangerous character?

**NEW CONVERSATIONAL VIDEO**

With budding therapist John-Luke Harris we discuss controversial Jordan Peterson, delving into the ideas of Frankl, Jung, Solzhenitsyn and Nietzsche in an attempt to go beyond polarised headlines.

Jordan Peterson – Misunderstood or a dangerous character?

💥 NEW! (Our first conversational video – at the request of our readers!)

With budding therapist John-Luke Harris we discuss controversial Jordan Peterson, delving into the ideas of Frankl, Jung, Solzhenitsyn and Nietzsche in an attempt to go beyond polarised headlines.

This episode develops the ideas of two articles recently published on Adamah Media about Victor Frankl and his philosophy:
1️⃣ Lessons for lockdown from a Holocaust survivor by Clare Cooper
https://adamah.media/lessons-for-lockdown-from-a-holocaust-survivor/
2️⃣ Frankl and his shadow by John-Luke Harris
https://adamah.media/frankl-and-his-shadow/

Posted by Adamah Media on Friday, 23 April 2021

This episode develops the ideas of two articles about Victor Frankl and his philosophy: 

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John-Luke is a trumpet teacher and performer currently based in Scotland. After graduating from the Royal Northern College of Music, John-Luke’s interest in psychology, philosophy and mental health led him to undertake an MSc in Counselling at Abertay University where he is currently training as a pluralistic therapist. At Adamah Media, he hopes to help, encourage and challenge people through his writing.

2 Comments

    • Clare Cooper

      Thank you for your support and feedback Francis. We’re glad you enjoyed the video and we’re looking forward to your upcoming article to continue this discussion topic!

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