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KThey say there are no dumb questions. I commend John for pushing the limits of that saying to the breaking point.

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MeganIt's also probably because he talks about owning your mistakes và not blaming others all the time. Lots of people want khổng lồ play the victim card và be…moreIt"s also probably because he talks about owning your mistakes và not blaming others all the time. Lots of people want to lớn play the victim card và believe they"ve done no wrong & that"s simply not true.(less)
is it possible that reader partisanship has blinded readers to the obvious lacunae và faults in this mess of pottage perpetrated by Petrerson?

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MeganCan you stop asking ridiculous questions trying to lớn stir up hate for something I'm sure you haven't even bothered opening?…moreCan you stop asking ridiculous questions trying lớn stir up hate for something I"m sure you haven"t even bothered opening?(less)
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Joost NoordermeerIt is exactly this kind of thinking that is extremely dangerous according to Peterson. He states that it is important to realize your own tendency and…moreIt is exactly this kind of thinking that is extremely dangerous according to lớn Peterson. He states that it is important khổng lồ realize your own tendency and capacity for extremely dark & evil deeds. Hitler (and Stalin) are extreme forms of this, but a lot of regular Germans committed horrible deeds during the second World War. Many of whom most likely didn"t realize they were capable of doing so before the war began. He also frequently uses the Stanford Prison experiment as evidence for this point. In that experiment random students were capable, within a matter of days, of becoming tyrants.(less)
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Todd KmanI guess it depends on what scale you use khổng lồ base a rating. If a book generates strong emotion, positive or negative I would not rate it a 0. It has tr…moreI guess it depends on what scale you use lớn base a rating. If a book generates strong emotion, positive or negative I would not rate it a 0. It has triggered something in you that deserves introspective consideration. Why does this bother me so much? Why does it make me feel ___? Why .... Why ..Sit và ponder why this book has generated such emotion. What does it say about you? How does this challenge your view of yourself, life, the world, và others? A book that causes emotion should not be rated 0 because it caused you to lớn think và learn about yourself. If however your rating system is based on how much you agree with it, or whether it made you feel good, or how accurate the facts are, whether children/puppies/innocent are harmed, how chauvinistic it is, etc then I suppose you could give it a zero based on whatever criteria you choose. (less)