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What is the difference between systematic and systemic?

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Systematic vs. Systemic? Systematic is a set of practices that are comprehensive. Systemic is a system that has an issue inherent in how it operates. Systematic issues are relatively easy to fix, if you care to try. Systemic issues require a deeper level of thinking. Let's see how this applies to racism, to move from... Show more >>

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Systematic is a process, i.e. a systematic search of the premises.   Systemic is the whole. i.e. A systemic infection putting life at risk.

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