Definition of Systematizing:
Synonyms for Systematizing:
The student in theology will find that a careful study of these lectures, pursued so far as to bring the whole presentation into living and shaping relation to his religious thought, will be of inestimable advantage to him in clearing away mists and difficulties, in harmonizing and systematizing his religious knowledge, in opening views into remoter fields of truth, in guiding and quickening his mind generally in its contemplation of religious truth.- "Döderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes", Ludwig Döderlein Commentator: S. H. Taylor.
Occasionally the satire runs somewhat off the line, when Stultitia directly censures what Erasmus wishes to censure; for instance, indulgences, silly belief in wonders, selfish worship of the saints; or gamblers whom she, Folly, ought to praise; or the spirit of systematizing and levelling, and the jealousy of the monks.- "Erasmus and the Age of Reformation", Johan Huizinga.
Logic, as a practical science, studies the mental acts and processes involved in discovering and proving truths and systematizing these into sciences, with a view to directing these acts and processes aright in the accomplishment of this complex task.- "Ontology or the Theory of Being", Peter Coffey.