That depends on the question. If a question requires a simple yes or no without information or evidence supporting your answer, then sure, but if you're trying to answer a question about how hierarchies are relevant to human society or the social implications of more women working with men, its much harder to answer precisely since you have to question outlier scenarios and bring up statistical evidence and how they are relevant to your answer. People can write an entire book about some of the questions Peterson has attempted to answer. Are his answers right a lot of the times? Fuck no. Does he try to back his answers with evidence? Most of the time, and I'd rather have detailed explanations behind an answer than just a straight answer for some of the questions he has to answer.Eh, I think you can reply to a question like that as precisely as you please without dancing around with 50 questions first.