This Is What A Healthy Disagreement Looks Like

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  • Published on:  Saturday, November 17, 2018
  • This content is taken from Russell Brand's Under The Skin Podcast with Jordan Peterson, link below.

    Full interview:

    We all have a bias, whether Left-leaning or Right-leaning. It's essential that we all make the effort to lean Center - the only place where common ground can be established. Russell and Jordan have a conversation that is both expansive and stimulating, in spite of their disagreements. They give us a road map to constructive dialogue.

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  • TheStallionforce  (Dec 17, 2018))

    Thank you for publishing this under a respectful title. Too many "destroys" and "owns" and "annihilates" -- so counterproductive to intelligent discourse.

  • Hundred percent agree with you here...

  • Furnardan  (7 hours ago))

    Big props for the honest title, and look how many views this vid got? The hype-spammers could learn something from this dude.

  • NappaTheProducer  (Dec 22, 2018))

    I'm almost ashamed I ignored Russell. I assumed he'd be a terrible interviewer like so many but he's handled things much much better then the majority of so called professionals. He's made a fan out of me. He still confuses me sometimes but I enjoy his talks now.

  • lostwithjack14  (5 days ago))

    Agreed, I felt that as well, will not dismiss him going forward

  • jedioutcast888  (Mar 8, 2019))

    I was actually thinking i enjoy this dicussion so much more because of his rispect and questions than i did from anything with joe rogan. Though i don't like any of joe rogan's discussions on his podcasts.

  • Carol Belle  (Jan 4, 2019))

    When a disagreement doesn't look like the modern view on "disagreement" - you know you're doing it right.

  • Billy McTaco  (Feb 19, 2019))

    +Jade Jewell shut up

  • Jade Jewell  (Jan 9, 2019))

    +kenim I think it kind of creates a small competition amongst intellectual academics. People will group, organize. Debate and argue. That is unavoidable. But since they will, I'd rather it be over intellectual purpose than religion, theism, entertainment, or popularity.

  • tridd676  (Jan 8, 2019))

    This is what healthy clickbait looks like

  • U Haul  (Mar 3, 2019))

    As in any and everything related 2 anythang?

  • Calic Tolentino  (Dec 1, 2018))

    how bad has journalist and interviewers has come when Russel Brand does a better job at interviewing and being civil with Jordan Peterson

  • Dylan Morrison  (Mar 9, 2019))

    how bad has grammar has come but still understands comment.

  • three3eight  (Mar 1, 2019))

    Because Journalists have a shit job to do.Russell is free spirit. You can genuinely tell.

  • Maxwell Super  (Feb 16, 2019))

    They use... "Respect" and "common decency" two mysterious and lost arts.

  • Lellex Odessa  (Mar 7, 2019))

    I believe the lost terms we are searching for (again) are "respect" and "courtesy".

  • H. Comfy  (Dec 21, 2018))

    Oh my god, a genuine conversation? In 2018? Unheard of!

  • theweegit  (2 days ago))

    +reiwell del haha

  • reiwell del  (3 days ago))

    he posted in 2018 dummy +theweegit

  • Brockton Ma.  (Dec 20, 2018))

    Most people are aware Jordan is intelligent. Russell is less acknowledged, but obviously also an intelligent dude.

  • jason antigua  (3 days ago))

    Brockton Ma. I’m not necessarily trying to make a point,just hilighting I guess.

  • Brockton Ma.  (3 days ago))

    jason antigua Not sure what you’re point is. If it’s that He’s not intelligent I’ll accept your evaluation. Frankly, I was just making a comment regarding his interviews that I’ve seen.

  • KingYoutube  (Dec 29, 2018))

    Both men are eloquent as hell and not going to lie, it’s taking a lot of effort for me to keep up. I enjoy these talks and love learning new words/ideas from them.

  • William Williamson  (Jan 23, 2019))

    KingYoutube this comment explains why so many people watch these guys “Duuhhhh wow they so smart dey use big words WOWe”

  • This One  (Jan 20, 2019))

    +I AM JURELL I'm just being a dick. The mark of eloquence is being sensitive enough to select from your vocabulary in relation to your audience. People who aren't fluid like that, but are verbose, tend to have something to prove, as you're pointing out, or might be socially unaware, in the case of people with Asperger's. Brand used to be more verbose in his earlier days. I don't think it's fair to say he speaks nonsense though. He has intention behind his words. He isn't just speaking for the sake ...

  • david periard  (Nov 22, 2018))

    You mean like... a conversation?

  • Max O’Deezy  (Feb 16, 2019))

    david periard *discussion

  • Michael Ford  (Feb 11, 2019))

    +Rhys Peregrine you have to admit that the right became pretty upset after being mislabeled sexist, racist, xenophobic, homophobic, trans hating, immigrant hating people who should be silenced and eradicated from the earth. This name calling wasn't really an issue until Trump was elected POTUS. Now I'm not saying that the right using those terms like "beta male" or "soy boy" to describe all those on the left as good BUT if you poke the bear long enough you should expect a reaction. ...