[Fis] Jordan B Peterson. Maps of Meaning (expectation):"no direct contact with the truth"

Joseph Brenner joe.brenner at bluewin.ch
Wed Mar 31 17:09:33 CEST 2021

Dear Krassimir, 


Thank you for a very good lead to the underlying neurobiology of


My red flags went up, however, when I heard the speaker claim that "we have
no direct contact with the truth." I feel that people who make this kind of
absolute statement are using it to support a weak argument. I believe we are
in partial contact with the truth (reality) all the time. I think that
Rosen's view of anticipation is much less dogmatic. Is he referred to (sorry
for not having listened to the full lecture)?






From: Fis [mailto:fis-bounces at listas.unizar.es] On Behalf Of Krassimir
Sent: mardi, 30 mars 2021 05:37
Subject: [Fis] Jordan B Peterson. Maps of Meaning (expectation)


Dear FIS Colleagues,

This days I have returned to some old lectures and have remembered the


2017 Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief (University of Toronto)

 <https://www.youtube.com/c/JordanPetersonVideos> Jordan B Peterson 



>From second 1:26:55 till second 1:31:50 he had discussed the idea of
expectation which is the fundamental for understanding the concept

Because of this I decide to remember it to you.


One can follow the link to see this moment:

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Friendly greetings




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