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Dispositional disciplines with their subdisciplines

Disciplines of Astronism

The fields of study focusing on a particular aspect of Astronism or those which are associated with or have emerged from the Founding of Astronism.

by Astronist Institution

Last updated: JAN. 9, 2020


The Vendox is the principal symbol representing Astronism and Astronists.

There are three principal beliefs in Astronism known as cosmocentrism (which is the religion's worldview), cosmosis, and astrosis. 

Disciplines of Astronism involves the collection and organisation of disciplines of study that involve questions regarding Astronist philosophy as well as the beliefs and practices of Astronism. Disciplines of Astronism are classified according to two groups; inclusivised and dispositional (Dispositional Astronism).

Disquisitional disciplines are those disciplines of study that were introduced as part of a particular disquisition in the Omnidoxy and were thereafter associated with a particular inclusive discipline. This page deals mainly in the exploration of dispositional disciplines which are disciplines of study that focus on the different beliefs and practices of Astronism and how they manifest.

There is then a third category of disciplines of study known as non-disquisitional or disinclusivised disciplines which are disciplines of study that were introduced as part of the Omnidoxy but are not associated with a particular disquisition.

The most efficient way to understand the differences between these discipline types is that dispositional disciplines are overarching and directly related to the overall beliefs and practices of Astronism while inclusivised and disinclusivised disciplines were directly introduced in the Omnidoxy and are based upon omnidoxical structure.

Dispositional disciplines

  • Appellatology

  • Argumentology (Argument theory)

  • Astrogenology (Astronism by country, Astrosa studies, Telemity)

  • Astrohodology

  • Astroneirology

  • Astronic cosmology

  • Astronic eschatology (Astronic necrology, Astronist thanatology, Mortology)

  • Astronic metaphilosophy (Philosophical demography, Philosophic strategy)

  • Astronist culture (Astronist architecture, Astronist art, Astronist clothing, Astronist literature, Astronist publications, Millettarian music, Millettic gastronomy, Astronist ornamentation, Rendition theory, Religiomusicology)

  • Astronist futurology

  • Astronist ideology (List of topics from an Astronist perspective)

  • Astronistics (Exoastronology, Idionology, Intrastronology)

  • Astronist linguistics

  • Astronist mysticism (Cosmic alchemy)

  • Astronist mythology

  • Astronist pedagogy (Cosmochesis)

  • Astronist philosophy (Astroethnology, Astronist axiology, Astronist aesthetics, Astronist anthropology, Astronist deontology, Astronist dysteleology, Astronist epistemology, Astronist ethics, Astronist logic, Astronist metaphysics, Astronist phenomenology, Astronist ontology, Astronist teleology, Contology, Exonology, Generology)

  • Astronist philosophy of religion (Approaches, Anthropology, Archaeology, Aspects, Demography, Designation, Disseminology, Economics, Futurology, Incremology, Metareligion, Phenomenology Processes, Psychology, Religious literacy, Sociology, Theories, Traditions)

  • Astronist soteriology

  • Astronist theology (Apophatics, Astronalogy, Astronist theodicy, Astrotheology, Atheology, Cataphatics, Cosmontological theology, Divinogeny, Divinology, Pneumovology, Preternology, Propenology)

  • Astronist terminology

  • Astronist topology

  • Astronist symbolism (Vendoxology)

  • Astronist worldview

  • Astrospirituality

  • Comparative Astronism (Astronist apologetics, Comparative figures)

  • Cometanology (Chronology of Cometan, Cometanhood, Cometanic ancestry, Cometanic genealogy, Cometanic ontology, Cometanic pedagogy, Cometanic philosophy, Cometanic relatives, Descendology)

  • Commerciology

  • Cosmontology (List of disciplines of cosmic philosophy)

  • Denominology

  • Devotology

  • Disseminology (Philosophic marketing, Promulgative theory, Religious marketing, Tiritology)

  • Extollogy (Celestology)

  • History of Astronism (Astronist historiography, Figures of Astronism, Incremology, Linealogy, Neoastronology, Preastronology)

  • History of the Astronic tradition (Archaeoastronology, Astronic historiography)

  • Institutiology (Astrography, Institutional ontology, Institutional policymaking, Neography, Padronology, Parenology, Proprietology)

  • Instrument theory

  • Meta-Astronism (Anthropology of Astronism, Heterodoxicology, Forms of Astronism, Orthodoxicology, Subastronology, Syncretology)

  • Monastronology

  • Naology (Astropharology, Eidology, Metanaology, Naological polity, Observatology, Phrontology, Planetarology, Promontology, Turology)

  • Occurrology (Festology)

  • Oeuvology

  • Omnidoxicology (Omnidoxical linguistics, Omnidoxical philosophy, Omnidoxical theology, Omnimeneutics, Omniotics, Disquisitional branches of omnidoxicology)

  • Praxology

  • Spaciology

  • Transanthropology

Dispositional disciplines with categories

Anthropological and sociological​

– disciplines dealing with Astronists, people and society in relation to Astronism and its dissemination


– disciplines dealing with the cultural elements of Astronism


– disciplines dealing with the historical aspects of Astronism


– disciplines dealing with the worldview and philosophy within Astronism as well as Astronism in relations to politics


– disciplines dealing with the belief, practices and symbols within Astronism


– disciplines dealing with what Astronism is and the elements forming Astronism

Metaphilosophical and metareligious

– disciplines dealing with what philosophy and religion are and elements forming them

See also

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