Jordanetics now in paperback

JORDANETICS: A Journey Into the Mind of Humanity’s Greatest Thinker is now available in paperback.

Jordan Peterson is believed by many to be the greatest thinker that humanity has ever known. He is Father Figure, Philosopher-King, and Prophet to the millions of young men who are his most fervent fans and followers. He is the central figure of the Intellectual Dark Web, an academic celebrity, and an unparalleled media phenomenon who has shattered all conceptions of what it means to be modern celebrity in the Internet Age.

He has, by his own admission, thought thoughts that no man has ever thought before. He has dared to dream dreams that no man has ever dreamed before.

Of course, Jordan Peterson also happens to be a narcissist, a charlatan, and an intellectual con man who doesn’t even bother to learn the subjects upon which he lectures. He is a defender of free speech who silences other speakers, a fearless free-thinker who never hesitates to run away from debates, difficult questions, and controversial issues, a philosopher who rejects the conventional definition of truth, and a learned professor who has failed to read most of the great classics of the Western canon. He is, in short, a shameless and unrepentant fraud who lacks even a modicum of intellectual integrity.

But is Jordan Peterson more than a mere fraud? Is he something more sinister, more unbalanced, and even more dangerous? In Jordanetics: A Journey Into the Mind of Humanity’s Greatest Thinker, political philosopher Vox Day delves deeply into the core philosophy that Jordan Peterson advocates in both his written works and his video lectures. In doing so, Day methodically builds an astonishing case that will convince even the most skeptical Jordan Peterson supporter to reconsider both the man and his teachings.

252 pages. Available in US/Canada from Castalia Direct for $14.99. It will be available on Amazon and other booksellers within a week at a retail price of $19.99. In the UK, it is already available at Amazon UK.

UPDATE: I trust we can safely expect Jordan Peterson to step down from his scheduled address to the Seattle Seahawks and every other organization now that Jemele Hill has credibly accused him of rape, slavery, and Nazi holocausting. In the interests of societal harmony, of course. I’m just sorry Richard Sherman won’t be there to call Peterson out on his nonsensical bafflegarble, because you know Russell Wilson will completely buy into it.