A noun is the most straight-forward type of word there is, so if a noun doesn't replicate reality how can 'although' replicate any sort of subjective/objective comparison? 'I am pedantic although I am correct' subjective versus objective, or qualify irrelevant to quantify. You could rephrase the statement in a variety of different ways, yet essentially the language will never bridge a gap between a subjective metamorphic concept and a supposedly absolute quantification. The pair cannot be joined by an '=' I suppose they can be joined by something representing unequal, but there we have another false statement; qualification although quantification is like 'one≠1'.
"In silentium, Verum!" -Book of Fudd
("In silence, Truth!")