Jordan Peterson went through at least 18 months of suffering because of illness, so he often gets emotional in his lectures when previously he was cool as a cucumber.
He talks at such a high intellectual level that it takes effort to keep up. He covers many topics and jumps around so much that sometimes you wonder if you are listening to a crazy person. He does a halfway good job of tying it all together, but I feel like he could be more succinct.
He quickly gets to the point before moving on to related topics. Then he wraps it all together with a conclusion.
His claim is that we perceive the meaning or the utility of objects rather than just the objects. Since we are talking about automatic mental processes, it is hard to say in what order the brain processes information. Maybe we first recognize the object and then its function. Maybe function is so tied to our perception that we perceive it simultaneously. Since it is hard to know, does it really matter?