Our quest is for unification of three ways of thinking-the-world, to trans-literate Descartes’s phrase penser-le-monde. The three ways were once, e.g., in his time, symbiotic, but for a while now, they are sharply segregated. We urge that in spite of modernity’s professional segregationism between (A) science, (B) philosophical metaphysics, and (C) religion, the trio not only could be unified but must be.