Empedoclean

Racial thermodynamics (labeled)
A generic model of an Empedoclean belief system, which adheres to the view that the universe is comprised of elements and forces and that people, made of these elements, depending on likes and dislikes, will attract or repel, depending, similar to the way oil and water will separate, in dislike-situations, or the way water and wine will mix, in like-situations; the right side shows a racial thermodynamics conception, according to which separations, mixings, bondings, and or aggregations, will depend on energy and entropy differentials.
In terminology, Empedoclean (TR:6) refers to the work, philosophy, theories, ideas, and or models of Greek philosopher Empedocles (490-430BC), who espoused a four element (earth, air, water, fire) and two force (attraction, repulsion) model of existence and universal operation; and who is also known for his chemical aphorisms of human behavior.

The term or phrase Empedocleanism, is an example of one of the dominate godless belief systems (Ѻ); a belief system comparable to, a contrast to, or of the stature of: Heracliteanism, materialism, Epicureanism, Cartesian atheism, Spinozism, Newtonian atheism, Epicurean materialism, Darwinism, Nihilism, existentialism, among others. (Ѻ)

Quotes
The following are example quotes:

“We are but atomic geometries, moving about cyclically on a surface, via the action of forces, powered by the heating of the sun, embedded in a partially understood spin coupled Leucippean-Empedoclean universe.”
Libb Thims (2014), mental note (Ѻ)(Ѻ), Jan 27 @ 1:05PM CST

“I must be a Democritean, Empedoclean, Epicurean, Goethean, Maxwellian, Adamsian, Paretian, Hendersonian, Rossinian infused thinker?”
Libb Thims (2014), mental documentation note (Ѻ), per discovery and ordering of Bruce Hunt’s 1994 The Maxwellians (Ѻ) 3:52 PM CST, Sep 22

External links
Empedoclean – Wikionary.
Empedoclean – Merriam-Webster.com.
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