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Dispositional

Cosmological and theological
Astronic cosmology · Astronic eschatology · Astronist soteriology · Astronist theology · Cosmontology

Identity, geography and designation
Appellatology · Astrogenology · Astronist topology · Comparative Astronism · Denominology · History of Astronism · History of the Astronic tradition · Institutiology · Linealogy · Meta-Astronism · Tiritology

Literary and figural
Cometanology · Extollogy · Oeuvology · Omnidoxicology

Philosophical
Astromethodology · Astronic metaphilosophy · Astronistics · Astronist philosophy · Astronist philosophy of religion · Astronist ideology · Astronist worldview · Contology · Exoastronology · Exonology · Generology · Instrument theory · Intrastronology · Neoastronology · Preastronology · Subastronology

Practice and activity
Argumentology · Astrohodology · Astroneirology · Devotology · Naology · Occurrology · Praxology · Religiomusicology

Spiritual
Astronist mysticism · Astrospirituality · Preternology

Cultural, societal and anthropological
Astroethnology · Astronist culture · Astronist futurology · Astronist mythology · Astronist pedagogy · Astronist symbolism · Astronist terminology · Commerciology · Disseminology · Incremology · Monastronology · Spaciology · Transanthropology

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Inclusive disciplines
Abettology · Compendology · Contology · Durantology · Equitology · Expology · Ghenology · Prerology · Quillitology · Rhemnology · Sanitology · Xentology

Inclusivised disciplines
List of inclusivised disciplines

Disinclusivised
List of disinclusivised disciplines
Related topics
Codiscipline · Forms of Astronism · History of Astronism · Dispositional Astronism
This page provides a list of all the disinclusivised disciplines of Astronism with definitions. Click here for a list of all disinclusivised disciplines without definitions.

List of all disinclusivised disciplines

Abiology 

the study of all the inorganic and inanimate things of The Cosmos, such as the planets, the asteroids etc. in contrast to the study of the organic and animate entities of The Cosmos.

Acyrology

the discipline of study dealing with the misuse of Millettarian terms and the consequences.

Aetiology  

the establishment of a causation, origination, or reason for a philosophical concept, or a cosmical event, or phenomena.

Agathology

the philosophical study of being good or conveying goodness, and questioning what forms goodness, what it means to be good, and the distortion of goodness and its connection to truth.

Agriology 

the philosophical study of primitivity.

Agrology 

the science and art of agriculture, and its philosophical concepts and theories. 

Agrotechnology 

the application of technologies to agriculture, especially on another planet other than The Earth.

Alethiology

the philosophical study of the nature and concept of truth.

Alimentology

the philosophical study of nutrition physically, mentally, and philosophically and the concepts and theories that follow.

Anthrozoology

the study of the interactions between humans and animals, especially on another planet than The Earth.

Aphnology

the philosophical study of wealth, and the concepts and theories involved with that.

Archology

the philosophical study of the governance of something, and the concepts and theories involved.

Aretology/Aretaics

the philosophical study and contemplation of virtue.

Aristology

the study of cooking and dining, and the culture surrounding, especially on a different planet.

Autology

the philosophical study of oneself, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Auxology

the philosophical study of growth physically, mentally, emotionally, and philosophically, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Axiology

the philosophical study of value, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Battology

the repetition of the same ideas, especially for pedagogic effect.

Bromatology

the study of food, and the surrounding philosophical concepts and theories.

Causology

the concepts of causation, as well as cause and consequence in The Cosmos, and cosmogony from a philosophical viewpoint.

Centralitology

the specific study and discussion of the words, interpretations, and subsequent philosophical schools, denominations, branches, wings, and sampanas derived from The Grand Centrality of The Philosophy of Millettism.

Centrology

the study of the centre something either physically or abstractly including contemplation of its relevance, and the true accuracy of claims made about the centre of entities or concepts.

Chresmology

similar to prophetics yet not as specific, the philosophical study of prophecies, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Civicology

the study and application of architectural, town planning, and city planning theory, as well as the illustration of such theories in townscape, and cityscape drawings.

Civilisation planning

the planning, organisation, and establishment of civilisations of all different types on any celestial body or world beyond The Earth.

Clonology

the study and philosophical understanding of cloning and clones, and the concepts and theories involved.

Cognitology

the philosophical study of both the mind and behaviour and their interactions.

Committology

the study of Millettarian committees in government and their administrative roles.

Cosmonautics/Astronautics

the philosophical study and contemplations of cosmonauts, an alternative title for which are astronauts.

Cosmotopology

the constituent parts of The Cosmos and how they are arranged and how they interrelate from a philosophical perspective.

Criteriology

both the philosophical establishment of criteria when dealing with logic, and the study of how philosophical conclusions can be made by a structured criteria.

Defectology

often split into religious defectology or philosophical defectology, the study of the flaws or illogical aspects of a religion, a philosophy or an ideology when applied to the principles of logic and rationality.

Demology

the philosophical study of state and planet populations, as well as population activities, social conditions, and behaviours across a wide range of societal and civilisational scenarios.

Dittology

a twofold interpretation of a Millettarian text, especially a philosophical text.

Divinology

the study and philosophical discussion of the nature of The Divine, and what it may mean from a human perspective to be godly, and the subsequent consequences of this role in The Universe, and may also discuss the concept of The Universe itself being god.

Apophatics 

an approach to the study, perception, and understanding of that which is known as The Divine in the Millettarian Cosmology that is characterised by attempting to notionise that which The Divine is not, rather than that which The Divine is, which is known as cataphatics.

Cataphatics 

an approach to the study, perception, and understanding of that which is known as The Divine in the Millettarian Cosmology that is characterised by attempting to notionise that which The Divine is, rather than that which The Divine is not, which is known as apophatics.

Divergetology 

manifested by the concept appellated as The Divergency of Existence, the study and philosophical discussion of the theorised dimension in which everything that exists has its own unique origination, thus disregarding the homogeneity in origin from The Universe’s beginning.

Dogmatology

not to be confused with comparology, the scholarly study of the comparison between The Philosophy of Millettism and another philosophy, or a religion.

Domology

the identification, categorisation, and contemplation of the fundamental principles and laws of The Cosmos and the ways in which it works. 

Economethodology 

the study of the methods used in the establishment of a state’s economy, and typically relates to a Millettarian economic methodology.

Edgitology 

the study of mental imageries and their philosophical, emotional, and spiritual consequences.

Entreprenology 

the study of entrepreneurship, especially in the creation of a Millettarian related business.

Ergology 

the philosophical study of work, and the subsequent concepts and theories involved.

Ethnomethodology

the study of the methods used for the establishment of a particular social order, typically relating to a Millettarian Methodology of social structure.

Etiology (Aetiology)

the discipline of study dealing with the investigation or attribution of the cause or reason for something.

Feminology 

the representations, interpretations and depictions of female Millettarian characters in all forms of Millettarian works.

General Cosmical Principles 

the general principles of the exploration of The Cosmos and of life in The Cosmos on another planet, celestial body, space station, or spaceship, and greatly contributes to the overall Cosmic Philosophy.

Gerontology

the study of the social, psychological, philosophical, cognitive, spiritual, and biological affects and aspects of ageing.

Hemerology  

the study of Millettarian calendars, and their philosophical, symbolical, and financial aspects.

Henology 

the philosophical study and discussion of that which is known “The One”, or more broadly, oneness in Astronic philosophy.

Hodology 

the philosophical study of interconnected ideas from any other philosophical discipline.

Humanic Law 

the laws of human interaction with non-human sentient beings.

Hygiology 

the philosophical study of the preservation of health, especially in Millettarian Philosophy.

Idiophilosophy 

the study of the ways in which a particular philosophy, or philosophy in general, has had an impact on one’s own personal mentality.

Inaugurology 

a major discipline of study addressing the methodology of how an idea, a school of thought, or an entire philosophy is to be conveyed to an individual that is completely unaware of it beforehand, and involves concepts from education methodology and pedagogy and was first outlined in the document known as The Appendadoxy: Inaugurological Millettism, and is closely associated with the practices and philosophies involved with cosmechism.

Intercivilisation

the study of the relationships between one civilisation and another, especially in spacial civilisations and colonies.

Interplanetary Commerce 

the commerce between two or more planetary governments.

Interplanetary Consumer Protection

the bilateral consumer protection laws between two or more planetary governments.

Interplanetary Law

the overall laws between two or more planetary governments and includes all other aspects of interplanetary law.

Interplanetary Leadership

the overarching leadership between two or more planetary bodies, usually in the form of an interplanetary governmental organisation.

Interplanetary Plant Sciences

the comparisons between plant life and development between two different planets.

Interplanetary Policing 

police conduct, policy, and interaction between two planets and two planetary governments.

Interplanetary Politics

the bilateral politics between two or more planetary bodies and their governments.

Interplanetary Prison

the policies relating to imprisonments between two or more planetary bodies and governments and their bilateral understandings of the incarcerations of a planetary citizen on a different planet.

Interplanetary Public Policy

public policy between two or more planetary governments and their mutual understandings with regard to public policy.

Interplanetary Public Sector

the comparison between the control of an economy by the states of two different planetary bodies.

Interplanetary Sciences

the comparison of scientific studies between two or more planets.

Interplanetary Taxation

the bilateral agreements between two planetary governments on the taxation of goods and services that the two governments in some way.

Interplanetary Telecommunications 

the communications between two different planets.

Interplanetary Transportation 

aspects of law and conduct in the transportations of people, traded goods, or other cargo between two or more planets, and may involve the study of bilateral agreements made between the governments of those planets.

Interspaciology 

a discipline of study focusing on universal spacial significance or applicability, and is especially associated with subjects of a business, cultural, industrial, commercial, physical, medicinal, or educational nature.

Irenology 

the philosophical study of peace, its attainment, and its interactions with humanity and humanity’s inherent nature.

Maleology 

the study of the representations, interpretations and depictions of male Millettarian characters in all forms of Millettarian works.

Millettarian Deontology 

the nature of duty and obligation from a Millettarian ethical, moral, and philosophical standpoint.

Millettarian Onomatology

the study, categorisation, creation, registration, as well as the origin, meaning, history, demographic usage of Millettarian stylised names.

Millettarian Ontology

the discipline of study primarily concerned with the Millettarian approach to the nature of being by incorporating the Millettarian Cosmology, as well as addressing and comparing non-Millettarian approaches to ontological issues with the Millettarian view.

Millettarian Theology 

the collective theological references and interpretations in Millettarian works, philosophy, and culture, yet not in themselves a complete theology.

Millettarian Teleology 

a branch dealing with the philosophical study of nature according to purpose, direction, and goal, and the implementation of this approach into Millettarian concepts, theories, philosophies, as well as other branches and disciplines within Millettarian Philosophy.

Millettarian Topology

the discipline of study dealing with the way in which the disciplines, concepts, theories, denominations and all other elements of The Philosophy of Millettism are arranged and interrelated.

Neology

the study of the creation of the Millettarian Terminologies, and their integrations and interactions with already existing words and terminologies, as well as the creation of new Millettarian words after the initiation words listed in The Grand Lexicon of Millettology.

Cosmic Age rights 

the entirety of rights that arose after the beginning of humanity’s exploration of The Cosmos and typically revolve around spacial settings and the issues that branch from this.

New Culture 

the study of cultures of different newly discovered planets and the peoples of societies and civilisations of those planets, as well as their similarities and differences to Earth and human cultures.

New World Development 

the study of the planning, designing, establishment, and construction of towns, cities, and communities in a newly discovered world.

Nomology 

the philosophical study of law and its nature in the interaction with the state, the people, and the government.

Omenology 

the omens and their inclusions, symbolism, and inferences in Millettarian literatures.

Omnidoxicology 

a major branch of Millettology dealing with the study of The Omnidoxy including its insentensations, the interpretations of those insentensations, and the context in which The Omnidoxy was written, as well as including textual criticism, literary criticism, philology, and social science. Another term for this is Omnidoxy Studies, although that term is used in less formal and scholarly settings. This branch of study must not be confused with centralitology, or Centrality Studies, which deals only with the parts of The Grand Centrality that are not part of The Omnidoxy itself.

Oneirology 

a discipline of study dealing with the relationship between dreams and philosophical knowledge and experience, and how one impacts the other.

Oryctology 

the study of fossils, minerals, and rocks excavated from planets other than The Earth itself.

Paedology 

the study of child philosophy, as well as the philosophical study of children themselves and their behaviours, and developments.

Pantheology 

the branch of theology embracing all conceptions of god in their philosophical forms.

Pantoanthropology 

the philosophical study and contemplations on the entirety of humanity’s knowledge, and deals with the development of a philosophical system, or worldview in the understanding of all humanity’s current, past, and future knowledges.

Paradoxy

a discipline of study and a major branch of philosophical contemplation dealing with all types of paradoxes found within Millettarian Philosophy, and by this notion, it is a omni-disciplinary area of contemplation for paradoxes do form in every discipline of philosophical study.

Parenology

a major discipline of study dealing with the procedures, actions, policies, beliefs, eras, leadership and overall governances of The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism as well as investigating the ways in which the concepts, beliefs, and themes of The Philosophy of Millettism relate to politics, societies, cultures, and economics in different time periods and geographies.

Parenics

the study of the parenic relations of The Institution of The Philosophy of Millettism with other philosophical, or religious institutions, individuals, and organisations.

Pekingology 

the study of all Millettarian interactions with the People’s Republic of China, especially Astronic philosophy interacting with Chinese Philosophy.

Philorology  

the study of the central texts of a philosophy, especially The Grand Centrality of The Philosophy of Millettism as the central text of Millettism, and Millettarian Thought and Philosophy, as well as comparing the central texts of different philosophies.

Ponerology

the philosophical study of evil, and the surrounding concepts and theories. 

Pneumatology 

the affects of being in space, or being on another planet, or celestial body other than The Earth, on the human respiratory system.

Ptochology

the philosophical study of poverty, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Purpology

the discipline of study concerned with the overall purpose of existence, as well as the nature of purpose, and its application in philosophical concepts and theories.

Social Order

the study of general social order and involves the structures of society, social authority, and the interactions of people in a society that form its order.

Sociomethodology

the study of the methods used in the demographic calculation of social measures, features, and systems.

Sophology

the philosophical study of wisdom, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Spacioeconomics 

the overall study of the various economies of different planets, celestial bodies, and space stations.

Spaciology 

encompassing all the concepts, methods, objects, conducts, organisations and philosophies associated with spacefaring.

Astrobiology

the discipline of philosophical contemplation dealing with life on planets other than The Earth.

Astrocinematography 

a branch of study pertaining to the art of the use of photography and camerawork on worlds other than The Earth, or in space itself.

Astroclimatology

a discipline of philosophical contemplation dealing with the weather conditions prevailing in certain geographically areas and regions on worlds other than The Earth, or over long periods on worlds other than The Earth.

Astroecology 

a discipline of philosophical contemplation dealing with the differences in the ways in which organisms relate to one another and to their physical surroundings on worlds other than The Earth.

Astrofilming

the branch of study dealing with the making, processing, and distributing of films of celestial entities, or of cosmical environments.

Astrogeology

the scientific ideas and theories forming the discipline of studying the geology of celestial bodies, and particularly the possibilities for human development and industrialisation.

Astrography 

the scientific discoveries, ideas, and theories forming the subject of Astrography based up on the research and developments conducted by Millettarian organisations, or based upon Millettarian ideology.

Astromuseology 

the management of a museum on The Earth about astronomy and cosmology, or the management of a museum on another planet, or celestial body, whether about astronomy and cosmology, or not.

Astronavigation 

scientific theory and engineering dealing with the construction, designing, and manufacturing of spacecraft, and the navigation of spacecraft through space, and all that this entails.

Astroceanology 

the study of oceans on planets and celestial bodies other than The Earth.

Astrophilosophy

the philosophical perspective on specific celestial entities rather than The Cosmos as a whole.

Astrosport 

the sports that have arisen since the beginning of humanity’s exploration of The Cosmos, especially sports that can best be played offworld, or offearth.

Astrotopography  

a discipline of philosophical contemplation dealing with the arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features in areas on worlds other than The Earth itself.

Astrotourism 

the entirety of tourism in space and all its many aspects.

Astrovideography 

the creation and production of videos of celestial entities, and is distinct from astrofilming as astrovideography deals only with shorter videos that aren’t film length.

Astrozoology

a discipline of philosophical contemplation rooted in scientific study concerned with the behaviours, structures, physiologies, classifications, and distributions of animals on worlds of than The Earth.

Cosmic Archaeology

a discipline of study dealing with the many different ways that humanity have perceived, debated, and interacted either conceptually or physically with The Cosmos as entity itself, or any of its progeny through the history of humanity and through the different periods of human civilisation on The Earth.

Cosmic Architecture

the art and practice of designing and constructing buildings and other structures on celestial entities other than The Earth, for a wide variety of usages.

Cosmic Culture 

the entirety of the cultural aspects of all different civilisations on celestial bodies and planets beyond The Earth, and collectively refers to all culture relating to offearth and all culture originating offearth.

Cosmic Civilisation Development 

the entire development of a civilisation beyond The Earth.

Cosmic Disease

the outbreak of disease in civilisations beyond The Earth, the greater possibility of diseases beyond The Earth, and the development of new diseases not able to occur on The Earth.  

Cosmic Evolution

a subdiscipline of study dealing either with the evolution of The Cosmos, or with the evolution of worlds other than The Earth.

Cosmic Institutions

the various institutions involved in the regulation of space, and those institutions that were established with the purpose of control humanity’s exploration of The Cosmos.

Cosmic Literature 

the literatures that arose just before and after humanity’s exploration of The Cosmos and reference this exploration, or may also refer to the literatures of other civilisations on worlds other than The Earth.

Cosmic Marketing & Advertising

the marketing and advertising of space travel, astrotourism, business in space, and generally life beyond The Earth, or on another planet.

Cosmic Media 

the entirety of all media beyond The Earth and on other specific planets, space stations, and celestial bodies.

Cosmic Music & Instruments 

the music style that arose which identifies its style of being cosmical, and in relation to humanity’s exploration of The Cosmos.

Cosmic Publishing 

the entirety of books and other published articles either referencing to spacial affairs, or originating from a planet other than The Earth.

Cosmic Social Hierarchy & Class

the development of class in civilisations and societies beyond The Earth, and the subsequent effects of this.  

Cosmic Social Order 

the overall social order of a civilisation beyond The Earth, or of a society developed beyond The Earth.

Cosmic Social Policy

the study of the general policies of a state or society that involves sociological contexts and affects.  

Cosmic Social Problems & Services 

the overall social problems of a civilisation or society on a planet beyond The Earth, and the services provided by that society, or its government intended to combat such problems.

Cosmic Sociology 

the overall sociological aspects of a society, or state beyond The Earth on another planet or celestial body.

Spacial Law 

newfound concepts of legality relating to space exploration, space colonisation, and space exploitation. The system of laws specific to the issues and jurisdictions beyond Earth compounded for the construction of spacial law.

Interplanetary Law

the overall laws between two or more planetary governments and includes all other aspects of interplanetary law.

Interspacial Law 

the all-encompassing study of law relating to interspacial business, life, industry, and general existence.

Planetary law 

the study of the entirety of the laws of a planet and the government, or governments, that rule it, and involves many other branches of studies of law.

Synechology

the philosophical study of theories concerning continuity and universal causation.

Systemology 

the philosophical study of systems of thought, and the logic that has established such systems.

Taxology 

the identification, naming, and classification of anything Millettarian related.

Textology 

the study of the journey of a writer in the creation and production of a text, especially a philosophical text, but not always.

Thanatology

the philosophical study of death, and the surrounding concepts and theories.

Timology

the philosophical study of success and excellence in some specific area, and the surrounding concepts and related theories involved.

Transitology

the study of the processes and occurrences involved during the transition from one political regime to another, or from one philosophical association to another.

Vendoxology

the systemic study of the various different utilities, meanings, variations, and beliefs associated with and devoted to the use of a vendox symbol, the most commonly known of which is the Astronism Symbol.

Xenology 

the discipline of study of extraterrestrial and sentient life beyond The Earth, primarily from a philosophical imperativeness to discover such.      

Xenoarcheology

a subdiscipline dealing with the physical remains of past peoples and civilisations of a planet, or celestial body, other than The Earth.

Xenobiology

the subdiscipline studying the biologies of non-human sentient life on a planet other than The Earth.

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