Monodoxy

The Monodoxy is a 275,000 word-long philosophical treatise comprising of hundreds of discourses which are themselves titled by rubrals and written according to a style and structure known as insentence. The Monodoxy encompasses the first of twelve disquisitions that, when considered collectively, form The Omnidoxy, the founding treatise of the philosophy of Astronism. The Monodoxy's authorship solely rests with Cometan, the first Millettic philosopher and the founder of Astronism whom began writing The Monodoxy at the age of just seventeen through what he termed as personal inspiration. The Monodoxy has been said to formulate the thematic identity of the philosophy of Astronism due to its prominent focus on the elements, progeny, and phenomena of The Cosmos in a distinct way to all the other eleven disquisitions forming The Omnidoxy.

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2019
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The Journey Through The Cosmos [1:2:1] Beginning where we know, the most homely and most comfortable of all places in The Cosmos so far, we begin The Journey Through The Cosmos at the one place we do know of almost wholly, and that is, The Earth. [1:2:2] Perhaps it is easy to forget that the Earth and ourselves are just as much part of The Cosmos as the radiant stars, the black hole oblivions, and the most colourful and creative of the nebulae. [1:2:3] But we are so part of The Cosmos in an equal way rather The Earth and ourselves existing superiorly to all other cosmic entities or sentients as is the belief for some other traditions of philosophy and religion, but this is not the approach of the Millettarian Tradition of course. [1:2:4] When one appreciates the beauteousness of the Earth, one also appreciates the beauteousness of The Cosmos. [1:2:5] The very nature of the human mind and soul is to gravitate towards order, pattern, and structure so in the footsteps of The Cosmos do we follow for we are the microprogeny of The Cosmos. [1:2:6] The Millettarian Tradition envisions that humanity is to explore The Cosmos as we have explored The Earth and therefore established is the concept of the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos. [1:2:7] The Millettarian Tradition prophesies that the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos shall occur when our engineering capabilities are advanced, when our the reascension of philosophy has occurred, and when our empirical knowledge of The Cosmos has heightened to new levels never before achieved in our history. [1:2:8] The Millettarian Tradition not only prophesies the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos, but considers it to be the most solemn duty of humanity to embark upon, and it is the Humanic Exploration of The Cosmos that is the practical manifestation of The Journey Through The Cosmos. [1:2:9] Humanity are destined to venture to the furthest reaches of the galaxy and even beyond into intergalactic territory if the technology, engineering, and philosophic will does allow us to do so.
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Cometan

Cometan (born 1 July, 1998) is the first Millettic philosopher and an autodidact of philosophy, the eponymous founder of Cometanism, also known as Astronism and the sole author of the Omnidoxy which immortalised Cometan's philosophership. Cometan is the mononym and historical name for Brandon Taylorian who is responsible for founding the Millettarian philosophical tradition which was structured in the document known as The Grand Centrality within which The Omnidoxy, The Millettarian Methodology and other founding works reside. more…

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