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Astronist philosophy is fundamentally concerned with all that is involved in the relationship between humanity and the astronomical world. Astronist philosophy seeks to understand and convey the various different means of interaction between humanity and the extraterrestrial as well as to comprehend the nature of human beings in relation to outer space in the context of the past, the present and the future.
Officially classified as an organised philosophy, Astronism is often described as either a philosophy or a religion, or as a hybrid of both, hence its designation as an organised philosophy. Astronist philosophy is credited having established the basis for cosmic philosophy, another form of philosophy within the Astronic tradition.
Astronist philosophy - equals cosmocentrism - that the astronomical world should be placed at the centre of one’s behaviour, ambition, and thoughts. This includes:
- Astronomical word as a source of life purpose
- Space exploration as humanity’s destiny
- Transhumanist school (through technology), Transcensionist school (through evolution)
Branches of Astronist philosophy
Branches of Astronist philosophy inform the majority of the foundations of Astronist beliefs and practices as well as the Astronist worldview. Branches of Astronist philosophy include:
- Astronist axiology
- Astronist aesthetics
- Astronist anthropology
- Astronist deontology
- Astronist epistemology
- Astronist ethics
- Astronist logic
- Astronic metaphilosophy
- Astronist metaphysics
- Astronist phenomenology
- Astronist philosophy of religion
- Astronist ontology
- Astronist teleology
- Astronist eutaxiology
- Instrument theory