Mill was raised in the tradition of Philosophical Radicalism, made famous by Jeremy Bentham —John Austin —and his father James Mill —which applied utilitarian principles in a self-conscious and systematic way to issues of institutional design and social reform. Utilitarianism assesses actions and institutions in terms of their effects on human happiness and enjoins us to perform actions and design institutions so that they promote—in one formulation, maximize—human happiness.
Audio published on May 17th, Keywords: Jordan Peterson, thank you for coming on Under The Skin. Both of us were exiled in Los Angeles, in our last conversation. But I enjoyed it very much.
I got a lot from it. This is very much home turf for me now. How do you find that? I mean, the venues are larger. How much is the Apollo? Three thousand seats, I think?
There were 5, at the Apollo. Were you not nervous? I like talking to crowds.
All of the details are essentially under my control. I want to do a good job, and I want to make sure things go well, and I want to get through the material properly, and get a little farther in my thinking. Tammy is in the room with us.
The reason is because I am. A lecture theatre is a "theatre," and a lecture is a form of theatre. I have my stories, and I have my collection of things I know and talk about, but I try to do two things: There is a theatrical element of that.
I think the closest thing, really, it compares to is probably standup comedy.
Although, I think the routines that comedians have are probably more well and formally practiced than the talks that I engage in. Obviously, I am a comedian. For us, I would argue that there is a distinction between performing before two hundred people or five thousand people.We don’t have a discussion about that, and we don’t have a discussion about the fact that women are radically underrepresented in dangerous jobs, although they are—or in trades that require brutal physical labour, or in jobs outside.
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