Any vision offered during the moral interregnum of the Sixth Armistice that merely affirms the continuation of the moral interregnum is merely  Transcendental.  A vision is only properly Ololonic if it envisions putting the interregnum to an end.  That doesn't make it any less experimental and fallible, it just raises the stakes in a meaningful way.   Transcendental projects are good, but Ololonic ones are better  because they engage the master narrative of world history.