Isn't Oneness and Equality a Redundancy error?
MJA, if there is to be equality you must give us a chance as much as you give yourself credit for your self-perceived prestige. It is obvious you feel compelled (just like many others on this forum I might add) to find some sort of unity or symmetry to the way of all things, the cosmos and all, or whatever it is in your case.
But please tell me what your intention is in this kind of mindset? Do you even know, or do you wish to share? Perhaps the best way to defend the ego is in selecting a set of values(people to interact with) which the subject can observe as clouded from the intent of the ego's aims. This inevitable bias effectually causing perceived superiority is hypocrisy of the conscience; for if one has values then they are good desires are they not, desires which ought to be? What job does the conscience have in this though? I do not see one anymore, when I wonder why the ego needs defending? Sometimes I conclude it must be because the ego tends to be evil (if we should become aware of the good).
The problem is this bias becomes so subconscious, and ordained to the mindset. People are more taken in by frames and stereotypes rather than logic. Look at the election between Obama and McCain. When someone goes to make their vote I wouldn't be shocked if the deciding factor was determined by the frames of the candidate rather than the logic behind voting for them. Logic battles to have an emotional cause in the decision making process and what determines one's beliefs, but if there was some traumatic experience then the ego must retaliate.
So in leaving the thread, the motive is always about defending the ego, and statistically speaking (based on number of intellectuals on either side of the opinion) would probably be evil in it's motive (unless actually
superior,... because nobody wants equality). The consciousness acts as a filter to processed, subconscious thought so as to protect the 'integrity' of the conscience, when indeed the conscience plays no logical/moral role. It is simply there to create a comprehension of the word justice, that the self is good while intentions seek certain desires which are kept innate to a logical identity. The conscience is there for the bias to be maintained, like its some survival adaptation.
So hopefully I can revise this and more coherently prove that this naturalist attitude is the result of a cognitive bias which contradicts the desire for equality itself.