systematizer


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sys·tem·a·tize

 (sĭs′tə-mə-tīz′)
tr.v. sys·tem·a·tized, sys·tem·a·tiz·ing, sys·tem·a·tiz·es
To put into a system; arrange according to a plan or scheme: "The aim of science is surely to amass and systematize knowledge" (V. Gordon Childe). See Synonyms at arrange.

sys′tem·a·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
sys′tem·a·tiz′er n.
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Noun1.systematizer - an organizer who puts things in order; "Aristotle was a great orderer of ideas"
arranger, organizer, organiser - a person who brings order and organization to an enterprise; "she was the organizer of the meeting"
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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.
A phenomenological Hegel, one who grasps the history of the arts, seems to win out over the systematizer.
Reinhold is generally known as an early popularizer and would-be systematizer of Kant's critical philosophy, effectively becoming the first 'Kantian' philosopher when he took up the newly formed chair of 'critical philosophy' at the University of Jena in 1787.
7) Elements of Moral Science as well as the other textbooks revealed that Wayland was not an original or creative thinker in the American philosophical tradition but an accomplished systematizer, a kind of academic middleman who took the ideas of the major philosophers and great thinkers and translated them to students and a wider reading public.
The first systematizer of this sort of literature was Ibn Saad (d.
Zhao's tapes don't reveal him to have been much of a systematizer, however, since he never explains what intellectual influences brought him to those preferences (or how such influences were able to come to his attention in the first place).
Probably the most widely recognized definition was proposed by rhetoric's great systematizer, Aristotle (384-322 BCE), who defined rhetoric as "the ability, in each [particular] case, to see the available means of persuasion.
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.
Better relations will be The cost of collecting the developed with systematizer required data will progress.
One of Kierkegaard's greatest twentieth-century admirers, his theological systematizer Karl Barth (the same Karl Barth who thought that the analogy of being is indeed the Catholic principle, and is the invention of the Antichrist), experienced conflict around the Mozart question.
If we consider Plotinus the genius behind the renewal, Porphyry was its first systematizer, interpreter, promoter, and chronicler.
The lecture series honoring Vishnu Narayan Bhatkbande (18611-1936), the early-twentieth-century systematizer of North Indian music theory, was organized by the Indian Musicological Society and its director, R.

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