Emergent biomoralism will be defined as the moral ideas which emerge as abstractions from cognitive biases. It is distinct from evolutionary political science in that a cognitive bias may or may not result in favoring one’s perceived group interests: it is merely a domain of beliefs which arise from common errors. Zodiacism may be described as a religious system which exploits cosmopolitan biomoralist cognitive biases to serve Luciferian religious ends. This is because emergent biomoralistic precepts are, by definition, highly intuitive. For example, an Aspergoid person need not be convinced at length that categorical, logical analysis is “good”—he needs only to be shown it exists to adopt it wholeheartedly and, lacking proper Christian grounding, he is likely to set it up as an idol to be worshiped.
A good example to characterize the distinction between Edenic evopolysci and emergent biomoralism is the emergence of Manicheism from binary thinking AKA dyadic thinking (Vox Day and Datapacrat’s terms, respectively). A binary thinker does not give mixed reviews of movies. It is beyond his comprehension to say something like “the acting was good but the music was bad”. He is limited to a single axis of analysis—there is only “good”, “bad”, and varying concentrations of these fundamental elements. Adjectives are then chosen not for their compound meanings but rather for varying strengths of the fundamental forces, e.g. “deleterious” does not mean secretly harmful, it merely means “somewhere between quite bad and very bad”. Typical Zodiacist Manicheism will limit its essential analysis to “order” and “chaos” in place of good and evil, although often conflating these categories. (In a SciFi or fantasy context one might prefer syntropy/entropy, homogeneity/heterogeneity, purifying/corrosive, enlivening/undead, etc.)
Just World fallacy = abstracted social reciprocity
Karma = Egocentrism (as in child psychology)
Positivism = Solipsism + Self-efficacy
Idealism = Fetishism (in the religious sense, the inability to distinguish associations from the thing itself)
Materialism = Object impermanence
Nihilism = Ennui
I expect all five tenets of moralistic therapeutic deism are forms of emergent biomoralism. A continuation of this analysis would attempt to connect each recurring heresy with a population’s preferred fallacies. For example, the Catholic insistence on religious hierarchy could be traced to its adherents’ reliance on the appeal to authority fallacy, and likely correlates to a preference for large governments as well.