Knowledge has no intrinsic value in my world.
Knowledge (but not all knowledge) can be a useful tool to a human. A good job, a better education, a promotion, the necessities of life. Knowledge in and of itself is pretty useless. It is the knowledge that we amass that determines how valuable it is to you or to me.
If you are a buddhist, you are not likely to care about the knowledge of economic theory. That knowledge with be of little value or worth to you.
All knowledge is not equal. I haven't taken any uni courses in how to build a crystal meth lab, how to perform an abortion, how to build a bomb, some knowledge has no value to me.
Logically, [all] knowledge is not equal despite any desire to have absolutes and equality in the world.