The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast - Season 4 Episode 1: Matthew McConaughey

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This episode was recorded: 12/21/2020
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Matthew McConaughey (actor, producer, and best-selling author of Greenlights) sits down with Jordan B. Peterson to talk about Matthew’s new book, his upbringing, his relationships with his mother and father, his journey to being at peace with his fame, what it’s like to play malevolent or dark characters in movies or on television, and a surprising satirical review of Greenlights.
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Dr. Jordan B. Peterson's new book, Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, is available for preorder now:
Show Notes:
[1:00] Jordan Peterson kicks off the conversation by asking why and how Matthew McConaughey wrote his book Greenlights.
[4:00] Matthew realized he needed to write the book himself without a ghostwriter as initially planned and dig back into his journals as a form of necessary reflection on the past.
[6:00] Matthew’s old journals revealed their common thread through all the stories, poems, and bumper stickers. That common thread was the creation of good things in life through mindset or action “Greenlights.”
[12:00] Jordan talks about his initial response after reading Matthew’s book and how his expectations were changed.
[14:00] Matthew talks about his solo trips when starting to create the structure of his book. Jordan comments that this was a book written by a celebrity that did not really focus on the traditional parts of being a celebrity (very family-focused and foundational). Matthew states, “When we were editing the book, I found that the more personal the stories became, the more relatable they seemed to become, to the human condition, and that was my hope.”
[18:00] Jordan and Matthew revisit the African trip, chasing dreams and having the same exact dream multiple times over the span of many years.
[24:00] What was the personal impact on Matthew during his trip to Africa where he got to strip away the identity we all know him for and exist as something else? Jordan comments that very often, people confuse their reputation with who they really are, and they start to act as a representation of their reputation instead of themselves; it’s an easy trap to fall into.
[22:00] Matthew discusses dealing with the pitfalls of fame. Matthew covers his changing relationship with his mother due to success.
[25:00] Jordan B. Peterson asks Matthew McConaughey about some of his acting work in True Detective and playing dark characters. “How do you play a dark role very well without letting the darkness invade you?”
[32:00] Matthew talks about the positive aspects of the sometimes tense relationship with his father and having a childhood that balanced love and hardship directed from the same people.
[37:00] Jordan and Matthew continue talking about going deeper into the psychology of a dark character like Rustin Cole on True Detective
[45:30] Matthew expanded on the short-term effects of initial fame.
[51:30] Matthew and Jordan discuss the long-term effects of fame.
[55:00] Jordan points out, “If flawed people were incapable of creativity, we would have no creativity.”
[1:03:00] How Matthew and Jordan first became friends.
[1:07:30] Matthew shares a comical review of his own book written as if Jordan was the one reviewing it.

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  • Jordan B Peterson
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    Matthew McConaughey’s new book Greenlights:

  • Judith Santibanez

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    boycott amazon

  • Incel Kingdom

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    @Michael Godwin it wasn't a criticism

  • Michael Godwin

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    @Incel Kingdom hes recovering from ailments, and even if he did... hes done more in his life than I have, I could only hope to be as brilliant an an autistic person

  • Corinna Castaneda

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    I’m soooooooo happy you are back, Dr. Peterson!!! You’re looking gray and healthy. The world is better with you !♥️ Praying for you and your family🙏🏼

  • Robert Gosselin

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    Two excellent & wonderful role models. Thank you Jordan & thank you Matthew.

  • Johnny Rhubarb
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    love them both very much.

  • Miguel de las Ventas
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    Best McConaughey's interview so far.

  • Yeetesh Pulstya
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    Just liked the video even before watching. Have I been ideologically radicalized by Jordan Peterson? Fuck yeah!

  • Nucks C
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    Well. I thoroughly enjoyed that. Good men having in-depth conversation about life and self discovery. Well done gentlemen

  • Arthur D'Aquino
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    When Jordan talked about True Detective I got goosebumps, the first season is a masterpiece.

  • The Deboxifier: Tech and Cryptos China
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    A superb interview by Dr. Peterson...and an incredibly articulate Mr. McConaughey. A tremendous synergistic quest of writer and interviewer. Truly interesting indeed.

  • Days of Noah
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    This pseudo-intellectual celebrity has only pomposity and the absence of humility to offer. He has spent his entire life pretending to be other people yet expects us to take heed to what a professional charlatan has to say... The fruit from his root is malformed and plastic. When we interview celebrities as intellectuals, we put a crown on a dung hill.

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    The seemly spain hisologically deserve because room ironically glue aside a wistful employer. jolly, lazy head

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    Honestly, who cares?

  • MrDynamite
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    ugh, such a shame we live in a world where just TALKING to someone gets you labeled all sorts of nasty stuff, welcome to idiocracy yall. Props to Matt for making the rounds, even with known right leaning people

  • cavscout62
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    God how I’ve missed you’re longform conversations Jordan! I’m so pleased you’ve come through the fire and are continuing to heal. In my family we suffer from autoimmune disorders and my younger sister and I have struggled, she more than I. We are the same age, you & I but have lived very different lives. Mine has been the Soldier/Sailor/Biker/Trucker Howe I’ve always been a voracious reader and was blessed with a Classical education at the hands of Benedictine Nuns for which I will be forever grateful. Great to see you Jordan, may God continue to Bless you. From deep in the heart of my Beloved Texas.

  • Danny Eccles
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    Absolutely brilliant discussion. Amazing to listen to and it I just wanted the discussion to continue. One thing though.... Getting towards the end I'm sure I saw Matthew's naked knee poke up. I pictured him sat there in his underpants and shirt like on Anchor Man. It tickled me to think of him sat there having such an in-depth conversation whilst in his underwear. I wander if he tucks his shirt in? Oh, how I've missed you Jordan Peterson.

  • Christophe Lephay
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    "Dark characters have a stronger identity" The undeniability of pain

  • N. N.
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    A celebrity being interviewed by Mr. Peterson does not really make the subject more interesting as it is: The life of another person with all its ups and downs, all questions, sufferings, survival efforts and trying to go forward and make sence of own life. Am I missing something profound here??

  • Prof Z
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    I love seeing the pure respect and adoration they have for each other. It was difficult to tell who was the bigger fan and admirer. You're both tops in my book.

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    I just want to know who did mconaheys and Peterson’s hair implants along with their propecia and rogaine regiments to maintain those faux hairlines.

  • Darkness Flame Media
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    somethin needs to be done about the audio stutters

  • Kris Bialo
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    Good health and lots of friends around the world Mr. Jordan. With regards, Kris Bialo

  • Scott Daniel
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    Wow what a captivating conversation. So happy to see JBP back and doing well.

  • oversoul
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    The Republic of Texas, forever.

  • Nunya Buzniss
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    Sorry can’t even look at Mathew anymore I know he has sold out!! I could be wrong but my gut never lies to me!

  • Jared Schmidt

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    If there is one thing he has NOT done, it’s sold out. He has done the complete opposite of selling out.

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  • Vinnie Ray
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    I rarely watch a video from start to finish, but this was amazing!

  • Daniel Ryder
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    So good to have you back mr peterson

  • Rotten Apple
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    Privilege is all mine to watch :)

  • Erik Peterson
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    Appreciate you jordan.

  • David Individual
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    More viewers than CNN.

  • You Tibbles
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    thank you

  • Robrecht saski
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    20 jan 2021 ...the day that America was handed over to marxists ....never to be free again !!

  • Pudd Faddy
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    That's Irish American fathers. Their not your friend. We just got a slap on the palm. I miss him dearly.

  • Mark Haseltine
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    Shil I’m over all of it

  • Mark Haseltine
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    What is ur purpose? To drive us to more theater?

  • Mark Haseltine
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    Please put this in NOW terms so I care that I keep getting this video shoved down my throat in auto play tell me sir

  • Mark Haseltine
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    Why do we care about this? How many other people are getting silenced?!

  • Mark Haseltine

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    Thank God he gets to go wherever he wants? Mr. Peterson

  • Mark Haseltine
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    Why do I lose trust thru this video?

  • Joseph Naeem
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    Jordan B. Peterson: "Ciao" Matthew McConaughey: "Ciao" Can't say I ever imagined I would hear this particular exchange....but it's alright alright alright with me.

  • Robrecht saski
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    20 jan 2021 ...the day that America was handed over to marxists ....never to be free again !!!!

  • Pudd Faddy
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    A solid dude!

  • William Jones Chess
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    Funny Moment 01:08:35 Matthew writes a review of what Jordan might have written about his book. He does the voice too!

  • Fam Naff
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    Good to see you 2 together

  • FIFO Crew
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    Awesome discussion, I really enjoyed it. Thank you.

  • Colton Shanley
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    Such a frickin enlightening and inspiring video. Hopefully one day I can share my story and what I’ve learned through the grace and folly of conscious existence. You guys are the first role models would recommend to anyone, kinda on two ends of a spectrum which made this so interesting .

  • Kelly W
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    Regarding (very peripherally) the negative side of humility: for many years, I lost my OCD. The result was not positive. I finally got it back and can again notice tons of details, think faster, and focus on progress. Three cheers to OCD!

  • Rodka Raskolnikov
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    optimism and sincerity will always triumph over cynical irony at the end of the day.

  • Stephen Cannon
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    alright alright alright

  • Elci
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    What a delight listening to this. Thank you

  • Santiago Ramos Gordillo
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    Excellent ! Thank You very much JBP and Matthew! Greetings from Argentina!

  • David Guirus
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    It's just not the same without the beard...

  • Jonathan Malley
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    I enjoyed this conversation. I cannot help but think of another actor and another project that I find extremely interesting: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn + Robert Downey Jr. = Robert Downey Jr. is at a mature age where he will, I believe, be much more selective in choosing characters that he would portray. There is no need to lay out his creative abilities. Alan Turing + Benedict Cumberbatch = The Imitation Game 8 out of 10 on IMDB. Alan Turing was truly a great hero. Many people were not aware of his enormous influence in the war and the future of our communication. Huge. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was a huge hero who captured the truth behind ideas that were sold as wonderful but only led to selfish cruelty and suffering. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn + Robert Downey Jr. =. ???????? Why not see what you, Dr. Peterson, can produce or influence to produce a film just as amazing with another huge star that can also relate to spending time in a facility, despite his prison time as a much less horrible and debilitating experience. Is there another actor that can begin to understand the psychology of at least a portion of the life of Solzhenitsyn? I hope you consider this idea seriously. I’m sure there have been others mentioning potential for such a film. I started to listen to Gulag Archipelago. I hope to finish it sometime but I must also maintain the great balance I need in my life with the family I cherish. Hope your family has the strength from the Lord to continue all the good works y’all can do to uplift others in the search for understanding and truth. God bless! Jonathan

  • Kencando 1st Amendment Auditing
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    So a fifty one year old male McConaughey been writing of His experience since He was 1 year old. Wonder what kind of experience Matthew is gonna get when He is standing before God Awemighty!

  • Atari Santos
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    The unbounded exuberance vs. the stoney reserve...facets of the genius stone of humanity..

  • Nastia
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    What a mash up! I'm becoming a McCaughey fan!

  • Youil Aushana
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    It was great to see a mature convesation between to different people who have a mutual admiration for each others qualities and differences. One a gifted academic and the other an authentic "Good-ole boy" - I guess he's from Texas. "Keep your hands on the wheel of life."

  • Zackary Fitz
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    If Leo is next I will poop

  • Dupers Delite
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    Martha amirite

  • Lo Mane
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    most disturbing movie scene i ever saw was when matt skull fd that lady with a piece of fried chicken in killer joe and im convinced it wasnt his first time doing so lol.

  • Stephen Atkin
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    Got choked up at the end by the obvious camaraderie between two genuine blokes 🙂

  • Dan i
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    Love this guy, heard him interviewed before and he seemed pretty intelligent and down to earth, this interview by a professional really confirmed what I already thought and now respect the man even more. My god sir, glad to have you back, voice of calm in a world where everyone else is selling thoughtless craziness. Please keep pushing Dr.

  • Henrique Laydner
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    What an enlightening conversation! Time just flew by.

  • Uncle Kerr
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    When your psychologist tells you to face your problems honestly and then gets a hair transplant you need to find a new psychologist.

  • Jared Schmidt

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    @Uncle Kerr If you can't see how blindly ridiculous the argument you're making is & how astronomical of a false equivalency that it is, I really don't know what to tell you. And I'm not trying to be condescending or rude, it's just that your claims & conclusions are by all metrics illogically founded.

  • Jared Schmidt

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    @Uncle Kerr Again, you're completely overshooting the target here. What you said about vanity is correct, now - how does having a hair transplant equate to any of what you just said? The two have no logical connection, yet you falsely equivocate the two as if they somehow go hand & hand. You're making claims that are far too bold & direct to be assumed from one aspect (which is a hair transplant in this case). If you want to actually be taken seriously, you can't draw outlandish conclusions from minute details. What you have essentially just claimed is the equivalent of me claiming you wish to exterminate all life by polluting the Earth because you drive a car. It's an absurd outlandish claim with no basis in logic or fact, just like your claim that a hair transplant equates to vanity, fraud, bad mental health, and misinformation. You cannot just make innane assumptions from insignificant details (that may have come from reasons completely different than you assume them to be).

  • Uncle Kerr

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    @Jared Schmidt If you examine Jordan's style of self help or psychology you will find a rudimentary component of "goal getting" establish your ideal and aim at it and that will produce meaning. I am afraid most goals are composed of selfishness and vanity so his ideology is comparable to a socialist who thinks the reason socialism does work is because"they did use enough equality". His set of ideas is critically flawed, we (including him) must take the very difficult step of admitting we have be duped by our own desire for help and start again.

  • Uncle Kerr

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    @Jared Schmidt It's extremely hard to over come vanity just as it is very hard to attain good and robust mental health. I would say when looking for some sort of role model to emulate or learn from the absence of vanity is a good indicator that a person is developed in maturity and can help you. Vanity is a massively powerful force in our world and it's really no small thing to overcome it but it sets us free. Jordan is not free from it so he can't not guide anyone else to free themselves from it.

  • Uncle Kerr

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    @Jared Schmidt A vain person cares more about what people think about them than the truth and therefore they will inevitably end up "playing to the crowd". This is extremely dangerous with someone dealing with the health of others, it makes them very slow to admit fault and if they do admit fault it's done in a lesser degree, they will make the mistake out to be a lesser degree than it is to protect their own self image or vanity.

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    So freaking refreshing watching Mr Peterson speak with someone who’s nice to him!!

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    need to describe it as a burden and putting yourself as a victim of life and circumstances ... MHO. By the way i find Matthew a fucking great actor.

  • Joseph Arrington
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    Intellectual gangster interviews intellectual gangster.

  • Natasha Garren
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    Getting sleepy 12 seconds in

  • Cosmosis
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    I wonder if Jordan has seen True Detective. I'm sure he could write a book analyzing it.

  • jossfangirl
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    "It's hard to have humility without being arrogant about it. Humility is a form of courage." "It's very difficult to put forth a message without propaganizing." Telling a story is one way.

  • pyril
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    the name of the philosopher mentioned at 29:40 is david benatar

  • Jasmine
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    Being busy with the unnerving news about Covid, this is a nice little escape....

  • Truth Imperative
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    WHITE SUPREMACY? YES, BUT... NO! EVERYTHING absolutely EVERYTHING humanity enjoys nowadays: from Socrates, Democritus, Aristoteles, to Kant, Hegel intellectuality to all the extraordinary art, Michel Angelo, Da Vinci, van Gogh, Velazco, to all the classical music, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Gershwin, to all the big Rock bands, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Queen, Pink Floyd, to all the physics, Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Einstein, Bohr, Shannon, Turing, Ma. Curie, to trains, cars, planes, transistors, computers, smartphones, movies, Bell Labs, NASA, Pixar, internet, atomic energy, vaccines, the pill, penicillin, to defeating fascism (2xWWWs + Berlin Wall), to democracy, civil rights, freedom of speech, not to mention to the post Mao-Stalin communist´s massacres and famines RECOVERY in China, S. Korea, Japan, Taiwan etc., EVERYTHING absolutely EVERYTHING has been done and enabled by very white western men from the Judeo-Christian capitalist culture. (I repeat) EVERYTHING absolutely EVERYTHING!!! It is UNDENIABLE! I am brown, and I have two options: admire these overwhelming historical and scientific truths and be grateful, this is why our parents came to America, OR fill my heart and brain with ENVY and hate to destroy it and "justify" our failure and mediocrity. Even resentful Marx was white!!! PS.: adorable black people had been peacefully fundamental to it in the last 4-200 years. We, brown, came after it was all here, and we suck what our socialist fanatic countries were and still are incapable of doing. This is why WE Latinos (and Islamists…?) want to invade America and grab all of it. For free. EVERYTHING absolutely EVERYTHING!!! Now what? Kill and "cancel" history and reality? Good luck on that.

  • Gerrit Woning
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    GREAT intervieuw love it

  • sean D
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    Awesome interview, looking forward to the next

  • Human Being
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    Two crazy old white men that never got past an adolescent "intellectualism" and hero complex. If anyone doubts the power of white male privilege, behold two prime examples.

  • Jared Schmidt

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    Human Being You swung and you missed. Better luck next time.

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  • jossfangirl
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    "It's all for everything." Exactly.

  • Dan C.
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    I long noticed there are two types of personality traits found in most people , person 1 has the A trait dominant in them , person 2 has B trait dominant in them ... the A trait likes to talk about positive and good qualities they perceive in their self ... the B trait likes to talk about positive and good qualities they perceive in others ... the A trait uses the words "I" and "me" all the time , the B trait rarely the uses the words I and me ... which one would surmise Matthew is ???

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    To any journalist who sees this and claims McConaughey is flirting with the alt-right: You wouldn't know what the alt-right was if it bit you in the ass. Stop calling everyone that to poison the well when you see someone who isn't a perfect progressive. This is an old tactic and a shameful one.

  • films el paraiso
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    Matt looks like a old gay woman,

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    Thank you films el paraiso. This is my favorite comment of all time

  • Elizabeth Polinski
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    I enjoyed this so much. You both communicated something special to me. 🤟

  • Alexander Fields
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    jesus vs the devil. great show. jordan FTW.

  • hjgg1984
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    I feel a little uncomfortable hearing celebrities describing with such psicological deepness how they struggle with fame or proffesinal debates between winning millions of dollars for making comedies or dramas.... 99% of world population would love to have that kind of "difficulties"... There's no guilty on beeing rich and famous but there's also no need to describe it as a burden and putting yourself as a victim of life and circumstances ... MHO. By the way i find Matthew a fucking great actor.

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    @Henrie Bryce I totally understand that fame has to imply challenges. Sure it does. But there's no comparison in my opinion between them and the difficulties associated to not having enough to eat, working 14 hours for 2 dollars or loosing a relative for lack of health insurance. I'm absolutely with you; I don't need or desire his wealth or fame, probably because both of us are privileged enough in the current global context. After a couple of box office hits if an actor feels that's not the kind of life he wants nobody force them to keep doing the same and not taking their earnings, sell the Beverly Hills mansion and live has a dairy farmer o climbing trainer. That's the real incomparable privilege: ENDLESS CHOICES.

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    I mean, how can you not imagine yourself in their shoes, and the mental toll you'd likely feel with having the fame, and money? You seem to equate having "things" to happiness, and that's just not the case. It takes a true mental sacrifice to tell yourself you deserve all of that adoration and money while knowing others are struggling around you to make ends meet. I imagine it's what people mean when they say that celebrities have sold their soul for fame, because metaphorically they have. I think you only have to look at the rampant drug use, and suicide rates of celebrities to understand that it's not exactly easy to be famous. I personally would never want their money nor their fame, but if that's what you wish for more power to you. Also, I understand that yes, having money makes their lives technically easier in the physical realm, and in our society, but it comes with different mental challenges in terms of struggle with self, and ego, and likely a lot of questions in their head on whether they deserve anything around them. That's just how I view it, and my perspective on hearing about a celebrities' struggle with fame, or rather, a human with different life circumstances.

  • Cliff Craig
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    The unlikes are another means of censorship by people dedicated to control to media.

  • Matt
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    42:50 God doesn't control you but He does influence you.

  • kingcletusthecatfish
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    A lot of folks are no longer fans of JBP, myself included. I came to see what he's like now that he's back in the saddle.

  • Brutal Noodles
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    Dr. you are looking more healthy. More power to you sir!

  • Michael Martin
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    Can this guy be any god damn cooler?

  • Mana Perdue
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    Ok..Matthew. So you are part of Hollywood and don't know what they are doing? What do I mean? You know what I mean.

  • Ancient Mariner
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    His room is spotless

  • Hey Jude
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    Jordan has crossed over to the healing side of Benzo withdrawal. What a wonderful interview! I hope that you will share your experience with Benzo's Jordan. The world needs more survivor's. I am 6 yrs healed.

  • Michael Martin

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    I have detoxed from heroin no less then 10 times. Xanax only once. It took me a solid year to feel "normal" again. After almost 3 years I still feel anxious more often than I ever did before I got started with those two powerful drugs. God Bless You

  • Gods Watching
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    In this time were in this book seems blah to me. But i do really like matthew more then i already did.

  • Nate Hirt
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    Too many commercials......

  • SoloXFuRy
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    Proof that a bad hairstyle can make anyone ugly af.

  • Paul Santos
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    Can't think of a deeply insightful comment. So I'll just let everyone know I need to take a dump.

  • Garrett Brittle
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    I don't get it...this seems like a huge ego sharing how important or interesting it is compared to others but without any awe inspiring actions.

  • Atom_Alchemist
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    I find it hilarious how youtube is boosting jordan peterson now, after years of accusing him of radicalising us...

  • Rock-a-day Jonny
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    Looky here, we got a guy with a great brain: a guy with great abs: can you hire me too? I got great feet

  • John Galt
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    One actor talking to another. JP is a hack designed to make sure right wing oriented people clean their room instead of fight back.

  • tolpacourt
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    Half of America thinks McConaughey is alt-right because he has a southern accent.

  • pcliftonjr
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    That was an excellent discussion!

  • Danimal
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    Jordan Peterson carries the warning to the world of its follies. "Why do the nations rage? Why do the people plot a vain thing?"

  • Crash
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    Mom: clean your room Boys: no. Jordan:clean your room and stop acting like a child. Boys:yes sir.

  • Roy Wood
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    I can truly say that I was on the edge of my seat throughout this entire conversation, what a great conversation it felt like a counseling session at times and yet it was just two, dare I say, great men who have been able to examine life and live life in ways that opens up our eyes to what life is about. Thank you Mr. Peterson and Mr McConaughey for sharing this conversation and the glimpse into your life, with the rest of the world . I very much look forward to reading both books and will order them as soon as I get back to work. Thank You.

  • Roy Wood
    Roy Wood19 timer siden

    I can truly say that I was on the edge of my seat throughout this entire conversation, what a great conversation it felt like a counseling session at times and yet it was just two, dare I say, great men who have been able to examine life and live life in ways that opens up our eyes to what life is about. Thank you Mr. Peterson and Mr McConaughey for sharing this conversation and the glimpse into your life, with the rest of the world . I very much look forward to reading both books and will order them as soon as I get back to work. Thank You.