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Each one of these athletes works the hardest when nobody’s watching, so they can be at their best when everyone is. Rules like “There’s always a right and a wrong answer,” “Avoid failure at all costs,” or “Succeed in school and you’ll succeed in life.” But well-set rules play a vital role in life and in sports. In basketball, you must stand behind the line when you’re shooting free throws.

Adam Peake, executive vice president of marketing at Under Armour, explained the thinking behind the push in a press release: “The concept of the ‘Rule Yourself’ campaign is simple — you are the. The Rules of Golf themselves, however, do not prohibit practice between holes in the ways described above. Do I get relief from aeration holes on the putting green? The short answer is no, as stated by the USGA and R&A in Decision 25/15 unless the Committee has adopted a Specimen Local Rule. Legacies like his are built over a lifetime like this.

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Those ultimate rules include procedures for amending themselves, for reshaping the rules that shape the rules that determine how the rules we live by are made.

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Such rules can be but guides as to our actions, and in default of clear orders abrogating these, I submit that they are to be followed as far as applicable.

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Rules are matters of the mind and apply to the realm of decision, while action exists in the world.

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Such rules are by their very nature abstract and context independent.

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These considerations are not just additional rules; they are strategies built on rules but are given existence through individuals’ actions.

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  • Aha, now I understand why those loud entitled brats are so enraged with what Jordan Peterson is saying.
    How dares he to tell a person to know herself and be in control before they startup changing the world with childish ideas that would not resist in a civil conversation?

  • I like it when philosophical concepts are mirrored in programming. A small scaled implementation of an algorithm is easier to test and debug than a large scaled implementation.

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  • Ignores the impact of inculturated Christianisation on a public and king/parliament (high trust + consanguinity rules + stable families), and also neglects to mention the impact of fiat currency on this system, where a certain section of the keys (low trust) actually stand above the king, having the power to issue money as debt which the government and public must make whole out of their own efforts and taxation. A bit of a counsel of despair really.

  • This speech comes at a perfect time for me because I want to run the world and then looking forward too slow kickbacks and I’m pretty good with criticism as long as it’s not right away I don’t want to be bombarded with tremendous kickbacks at a continuous pace so my plan is 2 rule the world in quadrants I might have a chance wish me luck

  • Watching this in 2020 with governments reacting widely different and having systemic flaws exposed…. this video lingers different.

  • Excellent!!! Was thinking I wish I had a teacher of this magnitude, then it hit me, I have meet an educator indeed, and he is leading and guiding me this very moment!! Thank you sir!!! Thank you. In awe of your insight and ability to explain complex ideas to a layman like me

  • Ah, yes public works does deflect money away from other keys, but populism is a key in and of itself. You are not the only one vulnerable to coups. If you’re a populist dictator, you can use your cult of personality to murder, threaten and exile any key that opposes the “people” while also denying any up and coming dictator popular support.

    And you get to boast about how democratic and liberal you are to the international community and get lots of that sweet sweet international aid from rich stupid countries that don’t know you can democratically elect a dictator.

    They key to keeping keys in check is that ALL money that goes to one place isn’t going to another. So even as the keys may want to steal funds away from public goods for themselves, they will also steal money from other keys. Keeping your most disloyal keys disloyal to one another keeps them from forming a coalition against you.

    Disloyalty isn’t just a liability, its a weakness you can exploit in your enemies.

  • But this doesn’t explain why the school systems in some democracys are just okay, not very good. Wouldn’t it be in the interest of Democrats to adopt the best part from every school system in the world, to get the most educated people? In germany for example, the schoolsystem is very bad in teaching students sciences and IT, although that’s what german wealth is founded on.

  • I would say it is a lot easier to controll another individual than yourself. Others you can fool, and misguide, even gaslight, you can’t do that to yourself.

    It’s like a game of chess. That is way harder to play against yourself.

    To change a whole society is always going to be harder though, because there are so many individuals involved. Still, on the bases of rational thinking and empirical evidence I think it’s possible to understand how a society has to work. It’s a whole other story than fixing yourself or your family

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  • This talk ressonates deeply in me. I’ve recently made a bad career move: got fed up with my decent pay, low hours and high stress job (they exist, belive me) and fired myself. So I changed cities for new oportunities but finding a job is a really hard task in brazil these days. Also, I’m now far from my family. I used to think that I was fed up with them, but now I miss them like hell. I wish I knew my limitations. I hope I learn from my mistakes.
    This talks makes the hole in my chest more understandable. His message is of great value to me, a 26yo lawyer from brazil. Thanks!

  • https://www.quora.com/profile/Matthew-Claude-West/Canvasing-Fields/Project-Emile-an-Ed-Tech-treatise-on-human-potential?ch=10&share=04d5000a&srid=u6oFb

  • I want to do a podcast talking about heavy topics people I disagree with. The thing is though I have a lot of self doubt in doing so until i sort myself out, I have pretty bad depression but I am happy a lot of the time it’s just that should I be tackling these sorts of demons without tackling my own? (Which could take a long time)

  • What if God also has a dark side or “shadow” and he calls it the devil. We as humans On earth are his conscience. Don’t verbally beat me up just a thought

  • In a very fundamental sense, all politics is a game of giving out stuff in return for favours. End of story. Even in these enlightened times when people don’t just directly vote for monetary self-interest, aid to their preferred cause is just an indirect plan.

  • another reason that the acronym list is growing for the LGBT community is because political activists are using it as a recruitment tool for their own causes, and thus the more they add to the acronym the bigger they can make their political action group, a political action group that masquerades as an advocacy group.

    G’Kar in Babylon 5 said it best: he chose to leave narne society for years, because he needed time away from the society to figure out how to keep his teachings from being reduced to an idol on people’s desks.

    The current LGBT activists have won the biggest battles in gaining gay marriage as recognized by judicial fiat. all of the recognition issues below that are matters of convincing people personally, which are nigh impossible to do on a macro level of government enforcement.

    and the regular homosexuals you just want to live their life are looking at the activists and going “wait what? We don’t want to completely destroy businesses! I like that cake shop!”

    Of course, that’s before you get the people who are trying to co-opt the lgbtqia movement by adding the letter p for pedophileon the end of it to try to normalize pedophilia, which is something that all of civilization must oppose.

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  • I don’t think the bit that made it into the title is necessarily true. The issue with self-control and discipline is that the more you move away from it, the harder it is to go the other direction and most people don’t understand the need to moderate one’s self and uphold moral standards until adulthood. I think some people are born with the tendency or learn it in their upbringing and these people do pretty well for themselves but for most it is not innate and is actually learned pretty late. So an individual’s capability of saving themselves from their own flaws at that point is pretty dependent on how far they’ve strayed. Peterson has talked about this… it is possible to stray so far that there is nothing to guide you back and you are left to the wolves and the sirens, and in that sense some people’s lives are doomed in the truest sense. You have choices so there is always that ghost of a chance but not much. A city is dependent on the individual… but not just one individual. The health of a city relies on the masses and you never want to rely on the masses. Typically people tend to go a certain way in numbers but I would still choose to govern an individual over a city on most days of the week, if you catch my drift.

  • I think it’s hard to rule yourself because we weren’t meant to. We are social creatures we form our identities from the views of others more times than not. America is a borderline social experiment to see what happens when you don’t have a unified culture. I’m not advocating for communism but my point is life is way easier to handle with support. Why would you try and rule yourself? Only those of have the capacity for self mastery can do so which is a very small percentage of the population. It’s not in our genes to do so but maybe this is part of our evolution? Or maybe this is the down fall of man as described in the bible. I.e. man thinks he is his own ruler but he isn’t.

  • Farm Subsidies were not just for the farmers and not just for votes, but mainly economics and ensuring steady production for a stable market (its complicated). So yea it got votes but it is way more complicated than people understand

  • After winnig a war with their enemies, soldiers of Muhammad’s army were going back to their home. Muhammad addressed them and said: “Well done! You did the small conquest very well. However, I expect you to realize the great conquest too.”
    “Who should we conquer in order to realize the great conquest?”, Soldiers asked Muhammad.
    Mumammad answered: “Yourself!”

  • This is good for me because ad well as my dad has done changing himself and helping me, he’s been busy attending to his own brokenness. I’ve inevitably missed out on a lot, even when I haven’t he doesn’t have as much to offer, but what he offers is weightier than lead. Gold is pure, but iron is heavy.

  • What Peterson is talking about is described in detail in complex systems theory. We understand it well now, once a system reaches a certain level of complexity, no one REALLY knows how it works anymore. They just know it does. And if you try to change any major component, it will be literally impossible to predict all of the functions you’re going to effect. Literally impossible. And like Peterson says, it will almost always have a negative and unexpected outcome. And even worse, you probably won’t fix the single thing you were trying to fix with the change, because you didn’t really understand the mechanisms driving it. That’s why the phrase “all good change comes incrementally” is very important to take to heart. YOU are a complex system. You understand very little about yourself. And if you want to make improvements, you need to take baby steps, not do a complete overhaul, even if you need one. You’ll end up worse off. Baby steps. Taking one step a day over the span of a few years ends up being hundreds of steps in the right direction. Those tiny changes add up, and its the only way you can really keep from REALLY screwing up. Don’t be prideful or arrogant, accept that you don’t really know how to do most of the things you want to do, but you can figure it out if you move slowly and thoughtfully.

  • This is highly oversimplified. Look at sudan, while yes the military using the people overthrew the dictator. They put the military on watch, and have a hope for democracy

  • sometimes i dont even mean to swim 2-3-4 hours, i just get so into the water that i forgot and dont want to stop, this is why i need an underwater timer

  • “make it easier for your key blocks to vote, and harder for others”
    >looks at massive day long voting lines for black communities
    >oh shit

  • Watched this back in 2016, sometimes I still revisit. Swam year round for 11 years and in college. This commercial is a masterpiece and thank God got Phelps for putting swimming in the spotlight. Greatest Olympian EVER

  • ‘Hitler (…) lacked self-control. He recognized no limits. Otherwise the thousand-year Reich would have lasted more than twelve years.” Wilhelm Frick.

  • This is beyond any comparison with other ads. The choice of shots, music, deep meaning that goes beyond one sport but rather pertains to life philosophy, causes chills, watery eyes and captures that spirit you want to embrace. Really makes you want to have UA gear. Ad making level World Champion.

  • Do you progressives realize you’re the first to get executed once the new power you’re trying to create actually rises?

    The silent majority will live on. We blend in. Live day to day, not sharing our secret truths to society. You say we’re wrong.

    We say its time for you to fire the first bullet.

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  • satanic. god rules you. put on the whole armor of god. not this under wear. what you do in the dark indeed will be brought to the light.

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  • The content and engaging presentation style is informative. However, something in his tone betrays a tortured soul, depressed person. This taints the content in so far as its a depressed person’s perspective. Rather like autism where certain neural connections are missing. It’s honest and true but not always the full picture. I think he recognises this and tries to balance it with academically structuring what he says. But the depressed tone hangs in the air.

  • “Stay within your own bounds of competence.” Does he mean start with that? Or only use your talents to better yourself, then to better the world?

  • From time to time I come back to this video and it makes incredible sense of a lot of the actions a lot of seemingly stupid and blundering agents make in the political landscape.

  • 5:29 lmao Jordan Peterson trying to explain God that Guides yOur Direction. You gotta bring yourself under it, and the idea of that thing being God really organises it for a lot of people, and makes sense that a force like God controls you much more than you do.

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  • 8:43

    When approval ratings could not be lower, yet re-election rates could not be higher, Belarus. You get Belarus. (And russia too)

  • 16:43 China manufactures all of our stuff. Thus the wealth of the U.S. is not dependent on the citizens. Our increased productivity because of our democracy is irrelevant. The wealth is coming from China. This is why Our current leadership is behaving more like a dictator than an elected official.

  • Proverbs 16:32 English Standard Version (ESV)

    “Whoever is slow to anger is better than the mighty,
    and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city.”

  • In short, I think the moral of the story is something along the lines of: beware of pathological ideologies, whether eering on severe rigidity of order/construction and/or of severe rigidity of chaos/destruction, that intend to run it’s course on an infinite “broken record”. And the kicker is, that discovery starts with figuring out and therefore becoming aware and responsible of your own self. And from that, emerges the individual and the “hero of balance”.

  • …… If one “masters”…. squares it off…….. with maybe…… nobody….. but themselves……
    completely…. soundly…. absolutely……. You are only a cab ride away from any airport….
    in any major….. or even minor city….. with the right flight regulations! It would be absurd to
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  • Ironically the Tower of Babel has been explained as a method to reach God. It wasnt. It was secular insurance against another flood. Men that dont believe in God, but hedge their bets.

  • That he paid off on this spot, with his final Olympics achievements, makes this all the more incredible to watch. I still get goosebumps watching it…

  • “Maybe you’ll be incredibly wealthy, but probably you’ll be dead, and have made the lives of everyone you know, worse.”
    why does that ring so true these days?

  • i can’t tell if this video actually advocates for fascism or socialism. i was waiting for a “wink wink here’s how things can actually be better” but it never came

  • HUMILITY. The property of a wise, however recognized as a weakness. Unfortunately it is evident, that this society does not promote wisdom as if president Trump for example was humble, he would never end up beign a president right? But there aren’t many things more pleasurable, than humble people.

  • Identify the major keyholders and kill them (in minecraft). Problem mostly solved as you ride the revolution and put your benevolent ideas into place. You’re going to die at the end as a symbolic act, but that’s fine if you also act as an anonymous leader of the revolution and get your ideas to stick. 0 approval rating gambit.

  • Pessoal, não comprem NADA da Under Amour. A qualidade do produto é baixíssima, por mais que o preço seja de produtos diferenciados. Comprei um UA Rocket 3 de 500 reais e não durou nem 10 JOGOS, ISSO MESMO, nem 10 JOGOS!
    E aí, quem vai ser louco de investir em um tênis Curry e não durar nem 10 jogos? Eu com certeza não, nunca mais em anda ligado a marca.

  • It seems easier to try and force others to change to accommodate my particular wants and beliefs than it is to take an interspective look at myself. Make your room filthy so mine doesn’t look bad anymore. It’s just dragging others down to ones own moral understanding. Blind leading the blind.
    It seams there is only one whom we can look up to for salvation.

  • Here we go again, Peterson attempting to shoehorn modern complexity science into millennia year old platonic’s. This mythic dualism needs to stop, it’s precisely the overreach mentioned, reaching far beyond a philosophy for understanding and coping with uncertainty and chaos, and into a reactionary mode of proactively doing the exact opposite. Such conservative closure upon perception cuts off all openness and empathy required for understanding, a regressive and nostalgic pain relief at best. The level of contradiction is simply outstanding, pandering humility while aggressively propagating divisive social theories.

  • Lead by example, don’t leave me with a broken society that you didn’t bother to fix and expect me to do any better than you. The generations before me have destroyed the earth and all hope for humanity.
    I am not a millennial.
    I am a wolf trying to survive in a world full of sheep. I am not alone even though I don’t see any other wolves. On a side note The Amazon, the “Lungs” of the earth are burning right now as I type this meaningless garbage and nobody is doing shit about it. Humanity is doomed because you’re all a bunch of sheep. ����✌��

  • im sorry but i just have to add how when they were brushing each others hair the girl behind the one that is behind dua is siting cross legged and everyone else are sitting on their knees or smth

  • 6:08 im a gay and it always rages me out when they pretent to speak for the gays.. me wild guess is that 10 to 30 percent of the gays transgender whatnot people disagree with the mindset of the gaylobby.

  • The tower of Babel didn’t collapse under it’s own weight. God destroyed it and confused the language. That”s an important distinction. It was no accident that you walk away from and innocently attempt at another time. It was a chastisement, a punishment. The sin was pride and the lesson in the punishment was humility.

  • Like his explanation of the LGBT it also to can be said about both Democrats and Republicans it’s an implosion how both parties can much more be defined not on your ethics or Christianity but in your standing as an elitist therefore Christianity can be used as your crutch only after you see yourself as an elitist… I don’t care who you are..power seems to make one forget where you came from unless you came from money and they are taught it ain’t their fault that you’re a fucking poor dumb bastard… and that’s just plain dumb… so which definition of dumb are you?..

  • So here i am today. Not counting days or years really since the last beer. Maybe 5 years ago or six. Not sure anymore, i had enough of the filth in me. I really threw up every time i tried to take a swig of beer. Maybe 4 during a party and i was finished. Eating spaghetti this morning or really making it for a early lunch. PS. No i do not have any alcohol related horrid stories to share of non sense of any kind of recovery. But only the filth of smoking. I had a emotional bond with smoking.

  • This all works until suddenly everyone realizes that because the system cannot crash and everyone survive they can keep printing money forever and don’t rely on their citizens productivity anymore.

  • One of the things that i admire about him is when his lose’s a word he does not make sound like.. eeee..emm.. ammm he just stops and make you wait for the word
    “so brilliant”!!!

  • Is this guy a professor…or an evangelist? I believe he may have more intelligence than the majority of my university professors (both now and in semesters past) combined. I have truly wasted my time with these surface clowns:-/ Peterson is far beyond the horizon.

  • I felt like the entire video was saying that you cannot possibly be different, but ends with him saying “maybe you’ll be different.” I’m a little confused by that… does he or does he not claim this is the only power structure?

  • which means all those comic/game villains were right. Aiming for absolute power that requires no key supporters is the only way to a better world

  • bro this video keeps getting recommended after every other history video in a series im trying to watch, its a great video but damn ive watched it like 3 times since it was released already

  • Failed at the start key supporters are the initial cause of most of the problems The average person is an idiot who just wants free stuff as willing to sacrifice everything for it

  • This video is more relevant in the USA than ever. Rule 1. The heads of Government institutions are being being replaced with “key” people. Rule 2. “Treasure” and “rewards” are being distributed to “key” people: tax-cuts, stimuli packages, operational freedom (ignoring clean air, pollution laws,…), promotions to position of power and “get out of jail free cards”. Rule 3. Kicking out people not loyal.

  • That’s another way of saying, “take the plank out of your own eye, then you will see clearly to take the speck out of you brother/neighbor/ society’s eye.

  • Hi everyone,
    I was wondering if we could get a case study on Norway?
    As a young newly independent nation, how did they avoid revolution/corruption when they found oil?
    Surely key members in their courts (the keys) must have had the people’s interest at heart. What made their oil fund successful?

  • With regards to the family is their any point to trying to change a narciciastic parent…the answer is no, they dont change. Its am excercise in futility. All you can do is avoid their triggers and grit your teeth and keep your mouth shut when they nag at you for the most insignificant things. Ill stick to getting good grades and acquiring the skillsets for when I live alone.

  • Peterson should have taken his observation that the LGBT “community” isn’t really a community and stopped there. First, the outsider-ness he noted is not part of LGBT self-identification, but something imposed on it from the mainstream. Given that all these groups are outcast in the same way and by the same (or similar, or analogous) moral judgments, of course they would tend to band together for political reasons. Each segment of LGBT is fairly small; the only hope for wielding the kind of influence that might even begin to overcome the at-large moral judgment is to speak with one voice whenever possible. Edit: To complete the thought, since the arguments that apply to one segment of this coalition will also apply to the others, acting in a unified way politically makes even more sense.

    But it’s hardly a discovery that this non-community is fragmented. Within this for want of a better word coalition, it’s been well-known for decades. So this is hardly a new or unique observation, and it requires no special explanation beyond its origins and nature.

  • I would like to speak on something he didn’t say id that the longer it takes to reach back to you the bigger the snow ball is. That is what truly causes such a blowback. Deal with your own trauma before you attempt to deal with another or the blow back just gets bigger and bigger the further out you reach. Knowledge attained from my own experience.

  • I agree with this idea. When dealing with a complex system, usually the best approach is to experiment with many different options, and see which option would produce the most desirable results, rather than try to engineer the results. Sometimes when even predicting what outcomes of options are difficult, it is best to leave the system alone and tend to the most immediate problems.

  • I used this for many years in first grade. I changed grades, but have been moved down to first again and I will start off my year with Dr. Jean! She’s great! My kids learned her songs while they were in school and still know them!

  • So He said onto King Solomon. You may take as many as you wish. But do not take those from foreign lands, for they will bring foreign God’s. And they will lead you away from Me. Let our Father be your master, and He will teach you how to master yourself.

  • Yes, stay within your domain of competence. And yet he refuses (it’s not so obvious for him) one of the clearest facts among the scientific community. The fact that human activity has affected climate in a way never seen before.

    One of the few incoherent aspects of his speech, in all else brilliant.

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  • Sorry ma’am but u are under arrest there is something called covid-19 and we asking for everyone to not be in big groups and 1meter away u have broken both the rules we also asked for u to stayed qurantine so ur coming with me to be qurantined for 14days and ur friends are coming aswell u have the right to remain slient

  • Can you explain where mafia stands in all of this? Is it like a dictatorship inside democracy? Or is it just another key supporter?

  • Remember America isn’t a democracy. Were a democratic constitutional republic. Pure democracies are not good because they allow the 51% to control the 49%. Which leads to a total collapse. Do you want a total collapse? I didn’t think so. So be happy AmericanS(!) with what you have and only make small improvements. Don’t tear it all down… idiot edit:(extreme) leftists although it is becoming more mainstream.

  • While im not generalizing, most of the SJW i know are those people who cant put themselves together, tell people they are depressed and anxious. So much for people who wants to fix the world but cant even fix themselves.

  • A very important message to reflect upon. Thank you, Dr. Peterson. The world is a complex system of feedback loops-and it is darn good that it is. But the feedback loops also make correction back to set points very difficult.

  • Exactly why I don’t get people hating on something like this and that CEO or this and that ruler, it’s just the system have been fked up and revolves around power, wealth and needs of people on levels. Thanks for the video, I can express myself better with help of your explanation of the rules

  • Couldn’t he say all of this in much simpler language? That’s my only peeve w/ Dr. Peterson. It’s not that I don’t understand him (I love the way he talks). But his message is needed for everyone, not just for people who can follow his complex thinking-out-loud thoughts. 
    … Wish he spoke simpler. For example, at the beginning he’s talking about large scale systems. 
    “When you think you know how something works, and then you try to apply that on a huge scale, you’ll probably screw up real bad because the bigger something gets, the more complicated it gets and there’s no way you can account for every possible scenario.”

    Pretty simple

  • I have heard it said time and time again over most “isms” for example feminism or Marxism… that the original instigators of the “ism” never intended for their ideas to go in the direction they went.like the original feminist and today’s feminist are 2 different people… the original feminist this (what we are living) was not their intention. Same with Karl Marx.

    The bible tells us, that in order to judge the tree you have to judge the fruits…. and that takes a substantial time… it is not immediately evident that an ideology is going to be good. It has to stand the test of time.

    There is no point in arguing about things because eventually Truth is reveled… you just have to be patient and hope the world doesn’t blow itself up first.

  • It’s what you do in the dark, that puts you in the light… Colin Kaepernick. Michael Phelps stands for the anthem = most decorated Olympian of all time…. hmmmm….

    But seriously… best commercial ever. The song. The message. The swimmer.

  • wow we listen to this in class whenever someone does this and plus this is the avocado lady omg so many people know about that song and this song my teacher told us he pre-k students did this so whenever she puts it on every body feels so embarresad and in my class you have to dance to it. YEAH I KNOW

  • Yes, for a while now I’ve seen the similarities between the Book of Gore and the Book of Revelation. The more remarkable thing, though, is that thousands of years ago humans could even conceive of their actions leading to the end of the entire world. How were their brains able to even conceptualize such an abstract notion? Maybe it was based on more local phenomena (droughts, plagues, etc), and their concept of the entire world was much smaller?

  • This video taught me a lot. I already knew how the concepts in the video work in a democracy, because I live in the US. This really helped me understand a couple dictatorships here in the Americas. Now I understand why Hugo Chávez of Venezuela did so much overspending: he was insistent on both doing good and staying in power, and that’s really expensive. Evo Morales of Bolivia only cared about the former; he was a “good”, responsible dictator-so he was ousted in a coup. The video notes that the replacement of a dictator is often even worse for the country. The irony is that, while Bolivia is back to being a democracy, this is probably worse than the dictator it replaced.

  • powerful commercial when you consider Phelp’s personal troubles, and the incredible volume of work it takes over a lifetime to win even one Olympic or World swim medal.

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