Systematics is a new way of seeing. What is understood by such a seeing is a Whole system which can be divided into parts called terms. Terms are distinct whilst operating "on the same level". The limited number of terms are sufficient to describe an aspect of a given System for the purpose of understanding it, and interacting with it. First proposed by J. G. Bennett, Systematics is conservatively delineated at systematics.org. Bennett constrained himself to systems having one to twelve terms which, taken together, can describe many facets of system behaviour and these first twelve types of systematics relate most easily to common situations whilst being small enough to suit human minds.