Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as systematization.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act or process of systematizing; systematization.

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  • noun systematization

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Examples

  • What if, instead of either discombobulated glances or falsely cohesive systemization, we saw something which no longer hid the multiplicity of our visual intake, yet made sense of it, unfolding our sense of sight into something huge, something we could not have imagined before?

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • It seemed to me that western funding for abortion in the Congo was only going to further the systemization of abuse that imprisoned these women.

    ProWomanProLife » PWPL welcomes Jennifer Derwey

  • What if, instead of either discombobulated glances or falsely cohesive systemization, we saw something which no longer hid the multiplicity of our visual intake, yet made sense of it, unfolding our sense of sight into something huge, something we could not have imagined before?

    Borges: Pathways of the (Postmodern) Mind

  • Gadhafi's practice of making all decisions from the top, often impulsively and with no systemization, led to an educational culture in which administrators and teachers had little idea of what to expect from one week to the next.

    Back to School in Liberated Libya

  • Dr. Berwick puts faith in standardization and systemization of services, resulting in efficient "best known" care.

    Standardized Medicine Doesn't Mean Better Medicine

  • Fei Xiaotong's recent theory of "plurality and unity of the Chinese nation" (zhonghuaminzu de duoyuanyiti) has been a further attempt to shed light on indigenization and systemization.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • It is hard to know the criteria by which these peoples were selected, but Huang Qing Zhigongtu was created in exactly the same way that the five series of minzu data were produced in the Minzu Identification Project. 109 These projects and collections became the process of categorization and systemization, which subjugated local knowledge.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • She concluded, “I feel pretty certain that systemization is sterilization as far as the arts go.”

    Doris Rosenthal.

  • Kitcher acknowledges that there is nothing in the unificationist account per se that requires that all explanation be deductive: “there is no bar in principle to the use of non-deductive arguments in the systemization of our beliefs”.

    Scientific Explanation

  • Particular causal beliefs are justified at the community level by being shown to be part of the best overall systemization of the beliefs of the community, and are then passed on from the common community stock to individuals via a process of social transmission.

    Scientific Explanation

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