JOURNAL OF WIMPY DOCTOR OF LAW BY DR.MIYUKI SATO

SEVERE CRITICS ON LEGAL SYSTEMS THROUGH HER EXPERIENCES

Silence as the Highest Value

2016-12-31 15:09:40 | 日記
31/12/2016 (afternoon) Keep silent is a proof of dumb in academic society in the world, while, in Japan, silence is the most respectful manner even in academism.
There are many "flowers in the wall" in any symposium. Sometimes they play a role of receptionists at the meeting. They just do easiest tasks that the superiors order.
They have duty to keep sicent during the gathering. They sometimes should laugh, soon after their superior begins to laugh, wishout knowing the reason of laugh. They seem like an "sound effect" in a commedy drama. Their totalirarian character is exposed expressively in the ocasion.
We people love commical expression. When we recognize the point of laugh, we laugh spontaniously. However, DoDoMerdic prof.s' pets are so dull to understand the point. Therefore, they just imitate their superiors' attitude to pretend to be clever. We call it "delayed laugh a second". I have noticed this kind of laugh in every meeting in academic society in Japan. This scene is highly common here in this country.
We analysed this fenomenon and obtained two conclusions. 1. Profs Pets are so dull. 2. They are so abedient to follow the signal of the prof. In other words, their emotional action is ruled by the superiors.
For the DoDoMerdic superiors, the most favorate attitude of the inferiors is keeping silence. The superiors are afraid to be made a fool of by anyone, or, revieled their idiocy, especially in front of power holders or their counterparts in the same hierarchy. Silence means accordance. The superiors can say any erroneous remarks as they like accoding to his discretional flamboyant feeling without worry about any critics.
So, the superiors feel safe with their pets, silent in public. A group of a superior and his followers is called a party. It's a sub-organ of a company, versity or public organ etc. There are several sub-organs or parties in a organ and each party doesn't get along with other groups. We can see the mechanism even in PTA, or, Parents and Teachers Association in primary school in Japan.
However, this type of struggle doesn't rely on the superiors' competence, but on more stuational power balance. Rather, we can say, it all depends on opportunity, or mood. Even the inferiors keep silent, they are not safe. Sometimes the silent accordance costs extraordinarilly much more than they imagined.
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