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.
Central Asia itself, we may constitute that it, having been contiguous to the antique philosophy, primarily with that of the Greek one, became the successor of Aristotle teaching and the systematizer
of natural sciences of the period.
However, the author notes that Hegel "forgoes that direct approach for good reason, favoring instead a 'thematic' presentation." He grants to art "the mediation of a merely historical being-consciousness of truth," "representing 'his own time' and, in doing so, 'grasping in thought' the decisive elements of the culture." "A phenomenological Hegel, one who grasps the history of the arts, seems to win out over the systematizer
Jelantik, himself a proficient theologian and eclectic intellectual, should not be regarded as a mere synthesizer and systematizer
but rather as an author in his own right, aiming at implementing a well-defined doctrinal and moralistic agenda.
Here the great systematizer
was Zhu Xi (1130-1200) and he too saw yin and yang as fundamental ordering principles, and could reify them in gendered terms: "To do wrong is unbecoming to a wife, and to do good is also unbecoming to a wife.
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.
T'an-Lun: The first systematizer
of Pure Land Buddhism.
Their works were extended by the physician Galen, who was not only skilled at dissecting animals but also, and more importantly, a great systematizer
The first systematizer
of this sort of literature was Ibn Saad (d.
I'm a canny reader, I hope, but I'm not a systematizer
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." (21) Understood generally as "the art of using language to persuade, that is, to seek agreement, cooperation, or action," (22) rhetoric soon became central to both Greek and Roman education and survived in substantially the same form for over four centuries, peaking with Cicero and Quintilian.