It is possible to move away from the larger questions of metaphysics. But, according to a rule of the formulitics, we always still remain situated 'somewhere'. We cannot just escape reality.
This is even true for the abstract.
Therefore, it may be possible to formulate an original idea of a discipline which relates simultaneously with the abstract and the mundane.
It is what I call 'the materialism of ideas': METEM-PHYSICS.
Metemphysics comes from a word meaning 'middle' and a word meaning 'substance' or 'nature'.
So metemphysics literally means 'middle nature' or 'the science of inbetweens'.
Metemphysics is a new discipline which confronts metaphysical and physical questions, each with the type or rigor that one would normally associate with the other.
Metemphysics promises to provide occasional insights on the true intellectual properties of matter---the higher sense of an object, the ideal sense of reality, the deeper truth of nature.
It requires both physical and metaphysical knowledge, and often may combine categories which emerge from both.
For example, if religion is determined to be idealistic, and matter is determined to be meaningful, then a metem-physicist would say that the logical deduction is to seek an idealistic meaning. Thus, objective properties are lent to a condition which is otherwise intractable.
Another example compares two categories from each subject, one for physics, and one for metaphysics.
Physics is determined to be material and immaterial, and metaphysics is determined to be real and unreal. Now a categorical deduction concludes that the metem-physical truth is that material reality is immaterially unreal, and the material fantasy is immaterially real.
No other context will be quite so just with such just terms on the subject.