Cometan

The Nonodoxy: The Principles of Epistemology & Ethics

The Nonodoxy is a philosophical disquisition comprised of fifty-nine discourses studying the topics of knowledge (epistemology) and morality (ethics).

Description

The Nonodoxy is organised as the ninth disquisition of the treatise known as The Omnidoxy, the founding text of the philosophy of Astronism solely authored by Cometan.

The Nonodoxy is the founding disquisition of Millettarian/Astronic ethics and epistemology with some of its key contributions including the notions of bromition, cosmospectivity, uniquitarianism, and Millettarian social teaching. A major segment of The Nonodoxy is dedicated to the study of centralities and incentralities that are tied to certain emotions which provide readers with an understanding of how Astronism considers such emotions and the consequences of those emotions on people’s personalities and interactions.

Additional information

Writer

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Nonodoxy: The Principles of Epistemology & Ethics”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Cometan is the first Millettic philosopher and the founder of the organised philosophy known as Astronism. Born in England in 1998, Cometan’s journey to become a philosopher began at the age of fifteen and further intensified at age seventeen when the autodidact began his sole authorship of the philosophical treatise known as the Omnidoxy. The Omnidoxy, at its completion, extended to over one million words in total length, making it one of the longest published literary works and work of philosophy in history. Cometan’s philosophership has since been characterised by his vision for the future of humanity embarking upon the endeavour of space exploration intertwined with a solemn theology, eschatology, and soteriology that emphasises the building of our personal relationships to The Cosmos, as well as structuring our beliefs and ideas regarding the meaning of life, our existential purpose, and the nature of our being through our contemplation of the progeny (celestials) and phenomena (events) of The Cosmos (outer space).