For some reason, Jordan Peterson's lobster analogy caused quite an uproar among denizens of social media platforms and liberal arts colleges. It accurately described how lobsters live as highly social creatures in hierarchical groups determined by a number of factors, including size, age, and strength.
For those of us who have been punched in the midsection a few times by experiencing life outside of digitally mediated reality, working jobs that aren't subsidized by taxes, it's not a profound observation that human beings are inherently social and organize themselves in working hierarchies. But it is pretty funny that some people get triggered by it.
So we wear the lobster as a cool reminder that there are ideologues out there that will quibble about the most obvious features of human nature if it feeds their delusions.
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