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tr.v. sys·tem·ized, sys·tem·iz·ing, sys·tem·iz·es
To systematize.

sys′tem·i·za′tion (-tə-mĭ-zā′shən) n.
sys′tem·iz′er n.
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Noun1.systemizer - 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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The systemizer intuitively figures out how things work, or extracts the underlying rules that govern the behaviour of a system.
As shown above, the systemizer requires a level of detachment to understand and to organize his surroundings, which helps to explain why a lovesick soldier like Luis would not recognize his social responsibilities towards a gentleman like Lope.
Whilst Baron-Cohen conceives of a single continuum from extreme systemizer to extreme empathizer, he acknowledges that the inter relationship of the two variables has yet to be fully understood.
The systemizer intuitively figures out how things work, or what the underlying rules are that control a system.
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It must be big-think of the biggest sort, a "theory of everything," as far as form is concerned, in the tradition of the great analogical systemizers in the history of thought: the Pythagorians, Aristotle, the Medieval alchemists, Vico, Blake, Hegel, Spengler, Bergson, Cassirer, Foucault, or more recently, the "integral" philosophy of Ken Wilber (I have not even mentioned recent work in chaos theory, systems theory, spiral dynamics, natural classicism, and other, more scientifically oriented approaches to artful manifestations of order and form in nature and culture, but now fly in the face of a fully skeptical scientific culture that is aggressively intolerant of such systematic, analogical-based claims about the genesis and evolution of form).