Well see, one of the most helpful things I’ve learned in life so far is, “Everybody different.” Sorta like, “To each his own.”
Different people, and different cultures, and different generations, are constituted differently from each other; what makes sense to one is irrational to another; what works for one is folly for another; what just feels right to one is ridiculous to another.
This does not make either one “wrong,” or “better,” or “ridiculous.” or “superior.” It just makes them different.
Really, there is no rational arbitrary yardstick by which one could reliably judge oneself to be superior to others. I think that even when the I Ching talks about “the Superior Man” doing this or that thing, it means “superior to the way he would be otherwise.” I.e., superior to himself.