Definition of Systematism

1. Noun. The habitual practice of systematization and classification.

Generic synonyms: Pattern, Practice
Derivative terms: Systematist, Systematist



Definition of Systematism

1. n. The reduction of facts or principles to a system.

Definition of Systematism

1. Noun. The reduction of facts or principles to a system. ¹

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Definition of Systematism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Systematism

systematic names
systematic risk
systematical
systematically
systematicity
systematick
systematicness
systematics
systematisation
systematise
systematised
systematiser
systematisers
systematises
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systematism (current term)
systematisms
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systematization
systematizations
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systematized
systematizer
systematizers
systematizes
systematizing
systematological
systematologies

Literary usage of Systematism

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1. The development and growth of city directories by A. V. Williams (1913)
"He possessed a genius for organization and systematism. For years he had charge of numbering the streets, enrolling the militia, recording the ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1891)
"He says : "The systematism of ethical science is still so little ... The value of systematism is namely this, that we are immediately enabled to see the ..."

3. American Literature by Leon Kellner (1915)
"Now, the objection should not be raised that life is inexhaustible in its combinations and that, consequently, all systematism is bound to fall short. ..."

4. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1885)
"The systematism cited is that of classifying animals in the order of the agreements in the modes of their structure. The author's course is in the order of ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1904)
"... systematism would attempt to write even a logic or a methodoloy for it. As grammar comes after the golden period of language and literature, ..."

6. The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy by Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1919)
"systematism in philosophy and epistemology was not his gift. He was content with an ethical solution of the problem, with demonstrating its limits, ..."

7. Dramatic Opinions and Essays, with an Apology: With an Apology by Bernard Shaw (1907)
"... instead of being rhapsodic and formless, was, perhaps, a victim to the widespread Teutonic passion for Chinese formalism and systematism. ..."

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