Professionalism is not an indicator of truth; it’s an indicator of social expectations and values within a particular subculture; in this case the world of “professionalism”. The world of professionalism is a weird fantasy world. Nobody gets sick. Everybody is smiling. Everybody is understanding on a surface level and apparently sympathetic. Nobody wants to make waves and likes to play things safe. It’s a generic baseline status quo that is found in every country on the planet with very little variation. I suspect it was established by UN and other diplomatic missions, likely originating from British Empire Colonialism assumptions from the 19th century and crystalized after Balkanization

Professionalism is not an indicator of truth; it’s an indicator of social expectations and values within a particular subculture; in this case the world of “professionalism”.
The world of professionalism is a weird fantasy world.
Nobody gets sick. Everybody is smiling. Everybody is understanding on a surface level and apparently sympathetic. Nobody wants to make waves and likes to play things safe.
It’s a generic baseline status quo that is found in every country on the planet with very little variation.
I suspect it was established by UN and other diplomatic missions, likely originating from British Empire Colonialism assumptions from the 19th century and crystalized after Balkanization

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