The ability of words means equality in of itself.
Everything is self-informative. Person G knows of something X and Y, and understands that X is anti-Y (literally, in such case that X is a train and Y is a place - the train can potentially destroy the place); person G is the observer, and yet the outcome states of X and Y can be dependent on person G.
The issue I'm trying to address is the conflicting knowledge of difference and hierarchy: difference is literal, and hierarchy may or may not be real (hierarchy can mean social hierarchy, and the seeming hierarchy of means and ends).
Assume that the highest end is the colonization of another planet, and everything prior to the colonization is pre-colonization in value; the means to the end in question are "able" to be post-colonization, and therefore the assumed hierarchy is false, yet the difference is still real (despite the idea that hierarchy is meant to be dependent on difference).
This is my point: hierarchy can always be false, but needs difference, and difference is always real.
The false needs the real, and the real causes the false.
Can intelligence be used such as to negate that whole paradigm, and end up with just the following paradigm:
The real causing the real, and the real needing the real.