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Cosmocentric ideas are present throughout the entirety of The Philosophy of Millettism for the contemplation of The Cosmos is one of the main areas of study and debate for Millettic philosophers and followers of Millettism. The extent of the influence of cosmocentricity is vast as it commands the entire theme of Millettism, which is particularly evident by the multifaricity of the philosophy with the use of appellations such as Astronism, Cosmism, and Kosma, all of which hold a cosmical theme.
Cosmocentricity can perhaps be best understood in comparison to other centricities, the primary one of which is anthropocentricity which centralises humanity in all contexts. Another example is geocentricity which emphasises the role and importance of The Earth in the context of wider existence. Therefore, cosmocentricity is the centralisation of The Cosmos, its progeny, and its phenomena as the entities and concepts of primary importance theologically and philosophically to those whom follow Millettism.
The Millettarian Tradition considers the vast majority of non-Millettarian and pre-Millettarian religious and philosophical traditions to be both anthropocentric and geocentric in their orientations.
The implementation of cosmocentricity in The Philosophy of Millettism, however, maintains that everything within The Cosmos is subordinate to it and therefore Millettarians must consider The Cosmos primarily while The Earth, the affairs of humanity, and anything less than that which is cosmic is to be considered secondarily.
The following are considered to be characteristics or signs of a person who is adhered to the cosmocentric worldview or someone who is thinking in a cosmocentric manner:
Cometan contemplated and spoke post-omnidoxically on the topic of the challenge to think cosmically or cosmocentrically and actually described it as "unnatural" for humans as a worldview to take. This is because it demands that humans accept the insignificance of themselves, the species to which they belong, and the planet of which they have resided for all history. These demands of taking a cosmocentric worldview remain some of cosmocentrism's most prominent challenges and criticisms.