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- n. The act of systematizing
- n. A systematic organization
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or operation of systematizing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of systematizing; the act or process of reducing to system, or of forming into a system. Also spelled systematisation.
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- n. systematic organization; the act of organizing something according to a system or a rationale
For when, in our representation of the Darwinian conclusions and in our own investigation, we proceed as objectively as possible, and try to avoid all systematization which is unfruitful for our task, in discussing the Darwinian theories in reference to religion, we shall have to take chiefly into consideration their relation to religion in an objective sense, and chiefly also their relation to the contents of religion; but this would make it appear that we supposed religion in a subjective sense, religiousness, to be in the first place an activity and a possession of knowledge.
The Brahma Sūtras (also called the Vedānta Sūtras), composed by Bādarāyaṇa (also known as Vyāsa) in the fifth century C.E., is regarded as a systematization of the teachings of the Upaniṣads.
For all the systematization of the creative process, for all the diaries, notes, tests, photographs, and catalogues, ineffable it remains.
They desire clear, unbending moral and behavioral codes, a fondness for systematization, a willingness to tolerate inequality and an inherently pessimistic view of human nature.
In May, the SES Foundation, in an agreement with the Ministry of Education, started the systematization of two educational experiences of the eradication of child labor in the provinces of Córdoba and Tucumán.
Fear becomes the formal complement of an institutional systematization and identification of crimes and avoidable penal sanctions, the constructed affective complement of systematized penality.
Underwood reconsiders Foucault's resistance to historical continuity in the light of the Romantic pedagogy that instituted the study of discrete literary periods; Pfau compares Charles Taylor's attack on the teleological systematization of liberal society as an economy, and what Taylor considers to be an illusory negative vision of "freedom" that shadows that systematization, with
Why do we encourage the dissolution of our uniqueness for the systematization of our abilities?
We need to understand the routenization and systematization of detainee management policies that violated the Geneva Conventions in far more than the law -- but in the most profound sense of the spirit and meaning of what these conventions were supposed to prevent.
The most prominent version of the regularity theory nowadays is the Ramsey-Lewis account, according to which laws are those universal generalizations that would be part of the overall systematization of our theories about the world that best combines simplicity and strength.