Jordan B. Peterson's book Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief (1999) offers a sweeping Jungian account of our Western cultural history -- comparable in its sweep to Walter J. Ong's sweeping account of our Western cultural history. I prefer Ong's account to Peterson's.
This is a review essay, with bibliographic references incorporated in the text.
Jordan B. Peterson's Book Maps of Meaning (1999) and Walter J. Ong's Thought.
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