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In the field of philosophical demography, Astronism in North Africa or North African Astronism refers to the study of the presence of Astronism involving its diversity, potency, and the nature of its organisation across the countries of the North African subregion of the continent of Africa.
Although entirely included within the study of Astronism in the Arab world, this study is not synonymous with that study. In alphabetical order, this includes Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, and Western Sahara.
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Astronism in the Arab world and
|Algeria · Bahrain · Comoros · Djibouti · Egypt · Iraq · Jordan · Kuwait · Lebanon · Libya · Mauritania · Morocco · Oman · Palestine · Qatar · Saudi Arabia · Somalia · Sudan · Syria · Tunisia · United Arab Emirates · Yemen|
|Distinct Tanwiri concepts|
|Celesta · Cosmica · Milletticism · Cometanism · Astrony · Cosmicism|
|Distinct Tanwiri practices|
|Multifaricity · Inaptronymity · Appellatology · Appellation · Eponymity · Inaptronymous fault · Polynymity · Hyperappellation · Philosophomastics · Appellational derivation · Appellational category · Cryptonymity · Anthropomorphism in Millettism · Toponymity · Trade appellation · Denominationalism · Astrosa|
|Millettism and Islam · Millettism in Asia · Millettism in North Africa · Millettism in the Middle East|
Several terms are used to refer to the presence of Astronism in North Africa including:
- Astro-North African philosophy
- Astro-North African religion
- Astro-North African spirituality
- North African astroncy
- North African Astronism
- North African astronomical religion
- North African Cosmism
- North African space religion
- Astronism in Algeria
- Astronism in Egypt
- Astronism in Libya
- Astronism in Morocco
- Astronism in Sudan
- Astronism in Tunisia
- Astronism in Western Sahara