I often feel that "professionals" from all walks of life in modern society are forming circles. This determination covers everything from the basic "law" to the "ethics" that are boundless. Major has nothing to do with "people", major is just synonymous with authority, major is equal to "I understand best, others don't". Not only professions, but even religious groups are drawing their own circles and are getting farther and farther away from their beliefs. To give an example of a small circle, the most common "fraternity associations" and "sister associations" in foreign campus movies must go through the approval process before joining, and after joining, they must follow the behavior of the association. .
Since the profession does not serve popular database "people", but only for strengthening itself, it is like the "false Taoism" in the New Testament of the Bible. In Roman times, only Pharisees could be teachers, standing on the road and praying sincerely, but privately rejected the poor and the heathen. People feel that they have the right to judge others. Professional arrogance is self-righteousness and self-righteousness. Because of arrogance, others are prejudiced. But in fact, behind these actions and speeches, they are only protecting their own rights. Card yourself. Similar stories, history often repeats itself, Said's work "Orientalism" (Orientalism) explores that "East" is constructed by "West". It is the understanding and interpretation of the "East" by the mainstream academic and media in the West, or, in other words, it is just an imagination.
Based on their understanding of the Middle East (and only Arabia), they have constructed the imagination of the whole of Asia. However, at the time who dared to question, who has the right to interpret, that is to have the power (similar to Galileo's discovery that the earth revolves around the sun, not the sun revolves around the earth, which violated Catholic authority and was smeared and removed), I still have a A similar work of the same era, "Sherlock Holmes", is a pseudo-Taiwan adventure travel journal, in which the social customs, culture and clothing of Taiwanese are fictitious. Mistaken knowledge about the East has been presented for many years, and the public thinks it is true. They think that the East is a mystery. That is no longer just a prejudice, but a monopoly.