President of the Republic Catalin Novak
“In recognition of his distinguished scientific work in the field of clinical psychology and his exceptional commitment to protecting the freedom of creativity and education of young people”
Donated by Peterson, Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, Civic Division of the Hungarian Merit Cross.
Jordan Peterson gained notoriety in 2016 when he was faced with a much-discussed Canadian law on freedom of expression that would have classified the categories of gender identity and gender expression as a fundamental human right and required employers to use preferred personal pronouns. Peterson then became the dominant thinker on the right. He also spoke several times in favor of the Christian faith and biblical values.
In addition to his role in public life, he has authored several books. The lifestyle consultant’s bestselling work, The Twelve Rules of Life and Its Continuity, has also been published in Hungarian.
Peterson, who was also a former Brain Bar speaker, gave a personal presentation at the President’s Office a few days ago. “Sindoor Palace is more than just an office, it is a symbolic place that also provides a space for reflection, building a community that understands and understands each other,” Katalin Novak said in her Facebook post regarding the psychiatrist’s visit.
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