This is a start:
The way that people metabolize information has an effect on their relationships with other people. There are eight fundamental ways information is metabolized, they are: The implication of evaluation, the application of evaluation, the implication of reasoning, the application of reasoning, the implication of sensing, the application of sensing, the implication of imagination, and the application of imagination. These eight functional elements form the basis of all human cognition. Information can either be processed consciously (like you are reading this) or unconsciously (like driving a car over a long distance, since consciousness is volitional).
Consciousness allows one to be aware of information, and thus have the ability to arrange them (which by definition is human authority). Consciousness is the ego. The ego is split into two forms: the rational ego, and the irrational ego. The rational ego is the part of a person that is focus on producing results, while the irrational ego does not know what is right (and is often preoccupied as such), and therefore lacks a basis for producing any meaningful results.