Jordan Peterson wrote two books. The first was Maps of Meaning – The Architecture of Belief, which looks at the existence of our own spiritual and religious life and what it means today. The second almost catapulted him into fame: 12 Rules for Life, An Antidote to Chaos, but what really catapulted him into fame, was his hard refusal to be controlled by legalized language. Being a very good speaker, he became equal to that fame and for ongoing education, reading and listening to Peterson is an enriching experience.
This is a discussion on 12 Rules for Life, An Antidote to Chaos and starts off with his classical explanation of how deeply and over many eons we as humankind are products of our biology. Taking an hour and a half to listen to this, is enriching.