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The book grew out of Peterson's hobby of answering questions posted on Quora, the one being 'What are the most valuable things everyone should know?'; his answer, subsequently deleted, comprised 40 rules.[failed verification] Peterson stated it 'isn't only written for other people. It's a warning to me'. The book is written in a more accessible style than his previous academic book, Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief (1999).
The book is divided into chapters with each title representing a specific rule for life explained in an essay. The founding idea is that 'suffering is built into the structure of being,' but although it can be unbearable, people have a choice either to withdraw, which is a 'suicidal gesture', or to face and transcend it. However, living in a world of chaos and order, each human being has 'darkness' which can 'turn them into the monsters they're capable of being' to satisfy their dark impulses in right situations. The scientific experiments like Invisible Gorilla Test show that perception is adjusted to aims, and it is better to seek meaning rather than happiness. Peterson noted that 'it's all very well to think the meaning of life is happiness, but what happens when you're unhappy? Happiness is a great side effect. When it comes, accept it gratefully. But it's fleeting and unpredictable. It's not something to aim at – because it's not an aim. And if happiness is the purpose of life, what happens when you're unhappy? Then you're a failure'.
The book advances the idea that people are born with the instinct for ethics and meaning and should take responsibility to search for meaning above their own interests (chapter eight, rule seven, 'Pursue what is meaningful, not what is expedient' ). Such thinking is reflected in contemporary stories such as Pinocchio, The Lion King and Harry Potter, or ancient stories from the Bible. To 'Stand up straight with your shoulders back' (title of first chapter) is to 'accept the terrible responsibility of life', to make self-sacrifice, because the individual must rise above victimization and 'conduct his or her life in a manner that requires the rejection of immediate gratification, of natural and perverse desires alike'. The comparison to neurological structures and behavior of lobsters is used as a natural example to the formation of social hierarchies.
The other parts of the work explore and criticize the state of young men, the upbringing which ignores sex differences between boys and girls (criticism of overprotection and tabula rasa model in social sciences), male-female interpersonal relationships, school shootings, religion and moral nihilism, relativism and lack of respect to the values that build Western society. In the last chapter, Peterson outlines ways one can cope with the most tragic events in a person's life, events that are often out of that individual's control. In it, he describes his own personal struggle when it was discovered that his daughter, Mikhaila, had a rare bone disease. The chapter is a meditation on how to maintain a watchful eye on, and cherish, life's small redeemable qualities (i.e., to 'pet a cat when you encounter one' ). It also outlines a practical way to deal with hardship: to shorten one's temporal scope of responsibility (e.g., focusing on the next minute rather than the next three months).