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systematism

[ sis-tuh-muh-tiz-uhm ]
/ ˈsɪs tə məˌtɪz əm /
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noun
the practice of systematizing.
adherence to system or method.
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Origin of systematism

First recorded in 1840–50; systemat(ize) + -ism
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How to use systematism in a sentence

  • Evolutionism and systematism are opposing tendencies which can never be absolutely harmonised one with the other.

  • Systematism is the death of spontaneousness, and spontaneousness is the very soul of art.

    Piano Playing|Josef Hofmann

British Dictionary definitions for systematism

systematism
/ (ˈsɪstɪməˌtɪzəm) /

noun
the practice of classifying or systematizing
adherence to a system
a systematic classification; systematized arrangement
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