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Monodoxy

The Original Cover of The Monodoxy, solely authored and published by Cometan.

Part of a series on the
Monodoxy

Vendox

 
Discourses

1. Compendological Introduction

2. The Journey Through The Cosmos

3. Functionalities of Progeny & Phenomena

4. The Future of the World

5. The Centrality of Big History

6. The Centrality of Gravitation

7. The Philosophy of The Grand Cosmos

8. The Centrality of Wonderment

9. The Cosmic Alchemy

10. The Cosmographics

11. Observable & Unobservable Cosmos

12. The History & Future of Astronomy

13. The Philosophy of The Cosmos

14. The Stars of The Cosmos

15. The Educative Mission

16. The Prospection Principles

17. The Cosmical Schematism

18. Formationism & Evolutionism

19. The Systems of The Cosmos

20. The Cosmic Territories

21. Habitabilitism

22. The Seven Tenets of Association

23. The Five Bonds of Society

24. Dark Matter & Energy Understanding

25. The Amalgamations of The Cosmos

26. Orthogonalism

27. Scientificism

28. Sporadics

29. Time in The Cosmos & The Universe

30. Creation Theory

31. Latter Epochology

32. The Adornment Principle

33. The Apogenesis

34. The Concentricity of The Cosmos

35. Instrument Theory

36. The Ambiguation Principle

37. The Edge of The Cosmos

38. The Firmaments of The Cosmos

39. The Future of The Expanding Cosmos

40. The Geometry of The Cosmos

41. The Hierarchy of The Cosmos

42. The Families of The Cosmos

43. The Heterogeneity of The Cosmos

44. The Introspective Cosmos

45. Life in The Cosmos

46. Cosmic Connections to the Terrestrial World

47. The Natural & The Rational

48. The Oblivions of The Cosmos

49. The Philosophy of Astronomy

50. The Prophetical Cosmos

51. The Psychology of Space

52. The Spirits of The Cosmos

53. The Formation of Celestial Entities

54. The Structure of The Cosmos

55. The Topography of The Cosmos

Related topics
Monodoxical formation · Monodoxicology · Monomeneutics · Cosmic philosophy · Authorship of the Omnidoxy · List of Omnidoxical disquisitions and discourses · Monodoxical nomenclature

The Monodoxy, known by its trade name as The Monodoxy: The Principles of The Aesthetic Cosmos, and also referred to as the First Disquisition, comprises the first of twelves disquisitions of the Omnidoxy as the founding treatise of the philosophy of Astronism with its subtitle being The Principles of The Aesthetic Cosmos. The Monodoxy precedes all other omnidoxical disquisitions in chronology, yet trails behind the Duodoxy in total word length for the Monodoxy rests at approximately 275,000 words while the Duodoxy nears 400,000 words in total length. The total number of insentensations recorded within The Monodoxy is 6,001.

The authorship of the Monodoxy rests solely with the first Millettic philosopher and the founder of Astronism, Cometan at age of nineteen, and being the initial entry of The Twelve Grand Principles, the Monodoxy was the first disquisitions of the Omnidoxy to be completed, indexed, and published.

The Monodoxy has been described as laying the thematic foundations of Astronism with its distinct focus on the elements, entities, and phenomena of The Cosmos which form the general character and identity of the entirety of Astronism, hence the frequent use of this astronomically-related primary appellation.

Etymology of the Monodoxy

The title Monodoxy is formed by the prefix mono- meaning one and the suffix -doxy meaning authority or knowledge imparted through written means.

History of the Monodoxy

The origins of the Monodoxy rest in The Founding of Astronism by the philosopher and author, Cometan.

Significance for cosmic philosophy

The Monodoxy is credited as being the disquisition which single-handedly founded the branch of philosophy known as cosmic philosophy.

Discourses of the Monodoxy

The Monodoxy comprises a total of fifty-five discourses, all of which pertain to different disciplines and topics of study of cosmic philosophy. A list of such discourse is found here:

  1. Compendological Introduction
  2. The Journey Through The Cosmos
  3. The Functionalities of Cosmic Progeny & Phenomena
  4. The Future of the World
  5. The Centrality of Big History
  6. The Centrality of Gravitation
  7. The Philosophy of The Grand Cosmos
  8. The Centrality of Wonderment
  9. The Cosmic Alchemy
  10. The Cosmographics
  11. The Observable Cosmos & The Unobservable Cosmos
  12. The History & Future of Astronomy
  13. The Philosophy of The Cosmos
  14. The Stars of The Cosmos
  15. The Educative Mission
  16. The Prospection Principles
  17. The Cosmical Schematism
  18. Formationism & Evolutionism
  19. The Systems of The Cosmos
  20. The Cosmic Territories
  21. Habitabilitism
  22. The Seven Tenets of Association
  23. The Five Bonds of Society
  24. Dark Matter & Dark Energy Philosophical Understanding
  25. The Amalgamations of The Cosmos
  26. Orthogonalism
  27. Scientificism
  28. Sporadics
  29. Time in The Cosmos & The Universe
  30. Creation Theory
  31. Latter Epochology
  32. The Adornment Principle
  33. The Apogenesis
  34. The Concentricity of The Cosmos
  35. Instrument Theory
  36. The Ambiguation Principle
  37. The Edge of The Cosmos
  38. The Firmaments of The Cosmos
  39. The Future of The Expanding Cosmos
  40. The Geometry of The Cosmos
  41. The Hierarchy of The Cosmos
  42. The Families of The Cosmos
  43. The Heterogeneity of The Cosmos
  44. The Introspective Cosmos
  45. Life in The Cosmos
  46. Cosmic Connections to the Terrestrial World
  47. The Natural & The Rational
  48. The Oblivions of The Cosmos
  49. The Philosophy of Astronomy
  50. The Prophetical Cosmos
  51. The Psychology of Space
  52. The Spirits of The Cosmos
  53. The Formation of Celestial Entities
  54. The Structure of The Cosmos
  55. The Topography of The Cosmos

Comparison with other disquisitions

See also

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