Indefinitivism

Published: 1st September 2021

Citation: Astronist Institution. (2021). Indefinitivism. Available: https://www.astronism.com/astronary/astroeschatology/indefinitivism. Last accessed [enter date e.g. 1st Sept 2021].

ɪndɪˈfɪnɪtɪvɪz(ə)m

noun  Astroeschatology

one of three schools of thought of contiguant philosophy suggesting that there exists no particular pressing time for the achievement of contiguance and that humanity’s transcension is not solely predicated upon the achievement of contiguance with a more mystical or spiritual rather than physical version of transcension often opted for.

DERIVATIVES AND ALTERNATIVE PHRASES

Indefinitivist | ɪndɪˈ fɪnɪtɪvɪst | adjective & noun
Indefinitivistic | ɪndɪˈ fɪnɪtɪvɪstɪk | adjective
Indefinitivistically | ɪndɪˈ fɪnɪtɪvɪstɪk(ə)li | adverb

ORIGINS AND ETYMOLOGY

Astro-English: from Astronese, the word indefinite, which is used to denote that which is left “unknown” or “unspecified”, is augmented here and is also conjoined with the suffix -ism to denote “a formalised belief”; the implication is that this pertains to the belief in the Astroeschatology that “the scope window is not imminent to close but is either not ever going to closure or that is closure is unknowable.”

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