Monocosmism

Published: 1st September 2021

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

ˈmɒnəʊkɒzmɪz(ə)m

noun  Astroeschatology

the central doctrine of astronaturalism which rejects transtellationism by affirming that the scope of any human being (or any other species) ends at the event of death (cosmisation) by way of cosmic cessation whether that person had attained astrosis or not.

DERIVATIVES AND ALTERNATIVE PHRASES

Monocosmist | ˈ mɒnəʊkɒzmɪst | adjective & noun
Monocosmistic | ˈ mɒnəʊkɒzmɪstɪk | adjective
Monocosmistically | ˈ mɒnəʊkɒzmɪstɪk(ə)li | adverb

ORIGINS AND ETYMOLOGY

Astro-English: from Astronese, the prefix mono- is used here to denote “one” or “that which is singular” and the word cosmism is used in this context to denote “a life” or “lifetime”, altogether then meaning “one lifetime” which refers to the belief held by some Astronists, especially astronaturalists, that this “cosmism” is our only one to make our contributions to the endeavour of transcension.

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