- Capa comum: 564 páginas
- Editora: Routledge; Edição: 1 (24 de março de 1999)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0415922224
- ISBN-13: 978-0415922227
- Dimensões do produto: 17,8 x 3,3 x 22,4 cm
- Peso de envio: 912 g
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Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief (Inglês) Capa Comum – 24 mar 1999
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It is very dense and takes commitment to get through and understand, but it's worth it.
Maps of Meaning is the type of book you read a little of then go on a walk to process. Because it is about the fundamental meta-myth which underlies culture you begin to see JPs model everywhere.
Reading these other reviews, and the quotes on the back of the book I feel like a lot of people didn't get it. Or maybe they read it like a novel: not pausing when they stopped absorbing the full depth of the words. It's a deep work and connected a lot of the other works I have read in this field.
I'd strongly recommend Jordan Peterson's YouTube channel as an accompaniment... or if you decide MoM is a bit too much.
Definitely a book I want a hard copy of on my shelf.
Jordon Peterson (JP) demonstrates that humans transmit procedural information,like the Ouroboros, much earlier than episodic information. Much of what is explicit and abstract in our body of knowledge was procedural long before. For example [poorly paraphrased] , Freud articulated the psychodynamics of family episodically, where Shakespeare did so proceduraly. The former is conscious, explicit, and abstract information, while the later is unconscious, dramatized, and implied. The mythological and/or religious narratives are so intrinsic to who we are as humans, that invalidating it as superstition has grave consequences, bloody ones as JP describes with the help of Nietzsche and other great thinkers.
One concept that MM returns to repeatedly is that the Universe (as far as humans are concerned) is a place to act. Action requires values held by the actor. An absence of value leads to nihilism and decadence, but overly-rigid values can lead to fascism and oppression. Humans continuously struggle against both extremes. We adopt the heroic tradition to face the the unknown and slay the dragons of chaos, then rebuild the world with the hard-won treasure (i.e. new information).
In closing, MM showed me that religion, at it's core, is not proto-science, i.e. attempts to explain the natural world. This model of religion presupposes the scientific method, albeit in it's most basic form: observation, hypothesis, experiment, results, interpretation, theory, observation...Instead, religious and mythic narratives evolved along side the human mind. That is to say, the mind did not create religion and myth, those "monsters" grew there.
A beautiful surprise in reading this book is the insights Dr. Peterson gives, through it, that help an individual live a better, more fulfilling, more effective, and more meaningful life. The insights are immeasurable. Indeed, the world is quite an unknown adventure we can better maneuver in with a far greater probability of better quality results if we first understand how it is that we think, believe, and move through the world.