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12 Rules for Life
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12 Rules for Life

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The popular philosopher draws on ancient wisdom alongside things learned across his clinical practice with patients to advise on twelve tried-and-true ways to live happily and constructively. The original UK paperback has sold over 635,000 copies.
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KlappentextThe popular philosopher draws on ancient wisdom alongside things learned across his clinical practice with patients to advise on twelve tried-and-true ways to live happily and constructively. The original UK paperback has sold over 635,000 copies.
ZusammenfassungThe #1 Sunday Times bestseller from 'the most influential public intellectual in the Western world right now' (New York Times) - now in paperback.
How should we live properly in a world of chaos and uncertainty?
Jordan Peterson has helped millions of people, young and old, men and women, aim at a life of responsibility and meaning. Now he can help you.
Drawing on his own work as a clinical psychologist and on lessons from humanity's oldest myths and stories, Peterson offers twelve profound and realistic principles to live by. After all, as he reminds us, we each have a vital role to play in the unfolding destiny of the world.
Deep, rewarding and enlightening, 12 Rules for Life is a lifeboat built solidly for stormy seas: ancient wisdom applied to our contemporary problems.
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ISBN/GTIN978-0-14-198851-1
ProduktartBuch
EinbandartKartonierter Einband
Erscheinungsjahr2019
Seiten448 Seiten
SpracheEnglisch
MasseBreite 128 mm, Höhe 198 mm, Dicke 25 mm
Gewicht322 g
BZ-Nummer27052524

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Jordan B. Peterson is a Professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. Raised in the frigid wastelands of Northern Alberta, he has flown a hammer-head roll in a carbon-fiber stunt-plane, and built a Kwagu'l ceremonial bighouse on the upper floor of his Toronto home after being invited into and named by that Canadian First Nation. He's taught mythology to lawyers, doctors and business people, consulted for the UN Secretary General, helped his clinical clients manage depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety, and lectured extensively in North America and Europe. With his students and colleagues, Dr. Peterson has published over a hundred scientific papers, and his book Maps of Meaning revolutionized the psychology of religion. Formerly a professor at Harvard University, he was nominated for its prestigious Levenson Teaching Prize.