S4E23: Life at the bottom | Anthony Daniels
Dr. Anthony Daniels is a British writer and essayist. He is known for writing such pieces as Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass, The Mandarins and the Masses, Not With a Bang With A Whimper, Spoiled rotten: The toxic cult of sentimentality, and The Terror of Existence. His columns in the Times, Spectator, and The Wall Street Journal.
Dr. Anthony Daniels and Jordan discussed a variety of topics relating to distinct differences in culture and mindset in the poor “Underclass” in Britain. They examine many stories from Dr. Daniel's time as a consulting physician in a prison and hospital in one of the poorest areas of London and draw conclusions on similarities in violence, domestic abuse, learned helplessness, education, monogamy, the disintegration of the family, and more.
Find more Dr. Anthony Daniels writing under his pen name Theodore Dalrymple
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Left wanting more of Dr. Dalrymple's stories, in lieu of Dr. Peterson's version. Felt like a missed opportunity for the audience to hear his stories. Dr. Peterson, please be cognizant, to let the guest answer on their own, as opposed to asking then answering with your own assessment.
This guest is such a smug posh git.