It's hard to look at it that way since they spent their time talking past each other about different topics. There wasn't enough engagement between them to say that one of them won against the other.
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Would've been great if Peterson had spent the time to prepare, so many topics that literally never get discussed that Zizek was trying so hard for. The whole vibe was whack because you could feel the guilt emanating from JBP the whole time. He knew what he'd done , or rather hadn't.
>>153040 # Peterson made an attempt but didn't really know what Zizek was going to do so he had to invent a strawman to knock down while preparing his speech. Too bad that it was way off, maybe if he watched more Zizek he would know what to expect? It seemed like a very generic anti-communism speech and if that's what the debate ended up being it would have been pretty boring really. I think Peterson didn't expect enough or put enough into the debate to get a lot out. There was definitely a lot of potential for something very interesting.
>>154579 # Peterson literally skimmed Marx's Communist Manifesto for the first time in preparation to debate the most absolute pomo/poststructuralist meme philosopher. He is clearly an uneducated idiot completely oblivious to the postmodernists he's trying to criticize that he'd actually think cultural marxists can be critiqued from Karl Marx himself and not the 60s critical theory that they're coming from, just because the name and origins are 'marxist', lmao. They're both frauds, but Peterson managed to demonstrate he's an entirely uneducated buffoon, too.
Can you see me? Anyway, I didn't see the debate yet. Was it worth the