Definition of systematization in English:


(British systematisation)


  • See systematize

    • ‘Science pursues knowledge through testing, observation and the systematization of facts, principles and methods.’
    • ‘Such systematization is all about providing a stable platform for the emergence of what are, I trust, the more interesting sorts of complexity and diversity.’
    • ‘Languages are only a little better suited to systematization than images.’
    • ‘But cities have other dimensions that defy the calm logic and systematization of this approach.’
    • ‘To provide some systematization to this vast, overlapping, confusing, and riveting area of study, I have selected four categories of mechanisms of transmission of trauma: biological, psychological, familial, and societal.’