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- n. A person who systematizes
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- n. One who systematizes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who systematizes; a systematist. Also spelled systematiser.
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- n. an organizer who puts things in order
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Osiander, lauded by modern historians as the only real "systematizer" among the Lutherans of the first generation, was a man as proud, overbearing, and passionate as he was gifted, keen, sagacious, learned, eloquent, and energetic.
Not to mention the Islamic physician al-Razi and the Zoroastrian systematizer Al-Majusi.
“One of the Greatest” is a very vague phrase, so we should attempt to mention the three top persons in the three categories of thinker, philosopher, and systematizer.
But I am more happy for he says of Sri Aurobindo as “more of a thinker, a philosopher, a systematizer, rather than a mystic.”
On SF seems to me to be a better book than I remember The Dreams Our Stuff is Made Of being I don't have a copy at hand, because Disch's strengths are more those of an epigrammatist than a systematizer, and the short reviews that fill most of this book are a good medium for his talents.
Finished off the Kenneth Grant I was going through over lunch: Grant's at his best as a scholar and systematizer, and at his worst when drawing inferences to his own focus.
And if you descend into the bowels of the various leviathans, why there you will not find distinctions a fiftieth part as available to the systematizer as those external ones already enumerated.
Proclus was indeed the systematizer of the doctrine of Plotinus, though he differs from him on certain points, and his influence on later philosophy cannot be overestimated.
The Legacy of Greece Essays By: Gilbert Murray, W. R. Inge, J. Burnet, Sir T. L. Heath, D'arcy W. Thompson, Charles Singer, R. W. Livingston, A. Toynbee, A. E. Zimmern, Percy Gardner, Sir Reginald Blomfield
Great as theologian and statesman, Ambrose was great also as a poet and systematizer of Church music.
The Rev.H. S. Lewis gives a readable and sympathetic sketch of this pre-eminent Jewish systematizer and rationalist.