cosmicism

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Etymology[edit]

cosmic +‎ -ism

Noun[edit]

cosmicism (uncountable)

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  1. The literary philosophy developed by the American writer H P Lovecraft, stating that there is no recognizable divine presence, such as God, in the universe, and that humans are particularly insignificant in the larger scheme of intergalactic existence.

2. It is the true, supreme and eternal theism as championed by an Indian educationist M. V. Lakshmi Reddy. It espouses the objective and perfect appreciation by the global humanity of logically, empirically and hierarchically inter-linked basic cosmic objects with wide-ranging mass, size, gravity, rotation and revolution existing as the integral components of well-integrated comprehensive cosmic whole, with supremely mighty cosmic entities eternally interspersed as core components at invisible distances in the farther spaces of the infinite cosmos.