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Admirationism is a post-omnidoxical tradition that formed during comparological debates and discussions between Astronic and non-Astronic cosmologies. It is professed to be in alignment with the principles of the Philosophical Spirit as it advocates for the challenging and rejection of cosmological systems whilst simultaneously proposing admiration for such systems due to their contributions to the history of human thought and philosophy.
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