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Inastrality of Confucius

ɪnˈastr(ə)lɪti ɒv kənˈfjuːʃəs

noun | Astroanthropology

denoting Confucius’ known indifference to or disinterest in astronomical affairs, especially in the context of religious and philosophical discourse; one of the most famous forms of inastrality.

Origin and etymology

  • Astro-English: from Astronese, the word inastrality, denoting a lack of astronality or aversion to the astronomical, beside of Confucius denoting the ancient Chinese philosopher; meaning ‘Confucius’ indifference to astronomical affairs as possessing little no importance in the context of religious and philosophical thought.’