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This article is about a non-fiction entity related to the Astronist belief system or the Astronic tradition.
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Millettarian Philosophy

 
Astronist aesthetics
Cosmic philosophy
Astronist epistemology
Enknowledgement
Astronist ethics
Aidological ethics · Astroenvironmentalism · Cosmic stewardship · Eleuthonism

Gastronomical ethics
Diuric gastronomy · Flexitarianism · Fruitarianism · Noctarian gastronomy · Omnivorianism · Organicism · Pescatarianism · Phytovorianism · Spaciotrophism · Veganism · Vegetarianism

Space ethics

Astronist metaphysics


Astronist ontology
Cosmotarianism · Ontation · Uniquitarianism
Astronic cosmology
The Divine · The Universe · The Cosmos · Cosmocentrism
Main works
The Omnidoxy
Related topics
Astronist axiology · Astronist phenomenology · Astronist philosophy of religion · Astronic metaphilosophy

Also visit this topic's official article page on Astronism.org: Astronist theory

Astronist theory is the branch of Astronist philosophy serving as the extension of Astronism into theoretical, fictional, or philosophical discourse. It aims to understand the nature, role and function of the astronomical world and the endeavour of space exploration in relation to human society, in either a contemporary or historical context, and in relation to either a specific civilisation or to humanity as a whole.

It examines and comments upon the societal role of astronomical observation as well as space exploration, especially regarding the experiences, interests, choices, and politics of those involved in such activities. As a result, it crosses many different disciplines in its research including, but not limited to, astronomy, religion, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, archaeology, futurology and psychology.

Essentially, Astronist theory focuses on analysing astronomy in relation to sentient species able to engage with outer space, either physically or observationally. Such analyses are conducted from the Astronist perspective which is manifested through the worldview of cosmocentrism.

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