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Jordan B. Peterson

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

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“12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos” is a self-help book written by Canadian psychologist and professor Jordan B. Peterson. The book was published in 2018 and has gained widespread attention and popularity.

In “12 Rules for Life,” Peterson offers a set of guiding principles and rules for living a more meaningful and fulfilling life. The book draws on various sources, including psychology, philosophy, mythology, and personal anecdotes, to explore themes related to individual well-being and societal order. Each of the 12 rules is designed to help readers address personal challenges, find purpose, and navigate the complexities of life.

The 12 rules covered in the book touch on a wide range of topics, such as self-discipline, responsibility, the importance of setting meaningful goals, the relationship between order and chaos, and the role of meaning in life. The book encourages readers to reflect on their own lives and make positive changes that can lead to personal growth and greater resilience in the face of life’s challenges.

“12 Rules for Life” has been both praised and criticized for its content and the author’s perspectives on various issues. It has sparked discussions on topics such as individualism, personal responsibility, and the role of traditional values in contemporary society. Regardless of one’s perspective, the book has had a significant impact and has been widely read and discussed by those interested in self-improvement, psychology, and philosophy.

17 reviews for 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

  1. Sangita Bhardwaj (Verified Purchase)

    Another mediocre self help book that comes to India with much hype and gets rave reviews by people who don’t even bother to read it.

  2. Ramana Kalyanapu (Verified Purchase)

    The book isn’t really that long considering all that it covers: It’s 350 pages. Most self help books are around 220 pages, so it’s 30% longer than some other mediocre self help books in Indian market.

  3. nikhil thakor (Verified Purchase)

    While I disagree with what he has to say about environmental issues, he is an incredibly profound thinker that has integrated the core ideas of the world’s most profound thinkers into one unified narrative. An excellent, easy read, that would benefit the entire world.

  4. Ibrahim Mollah (Verified Purchase)

    12 Rules serve as a guide on how to go from that point of failure to a point of redemption, offering a series of suggestions and guidelines to take a life that is becoming corrupted by hatred of the world and everything in it and turn it into a vessel for growth and self-improvement.

    Coming to book, quality is good and there is really nothing to complain.

  5. Umesh Deshmukh (Verified Purchase)

    Peterson is direct. He has opinions. I don’t always agree with them. But he is genuinely expressing himself, and the belief that we should all try to be better. We should all try to be more compassionate, and most of all, we all should try to understand our humanity a little more each and every there.

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