American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Whitehead, Alfred North 1861-1947. British mathematician and philosopher. A founder of mathematical logic, he wrote Principia Mathematica (1910-1913) with Bertrand Russell and Process and Reality (1929).
- n. A surname.
- white + head (Wiktionary)
“GROSS: Kevin Whitehead is a jazz columnist for eMusic. com and author of the forthcoming book "Why Jazz: A Concise Guide," by Oxford University Press.”
“GROSS: Kevin Whitehead is a jazz columnist for eMusic. com.”
“Whitehead is very Aristotelian in this respect and his “God” is little more than a logical principle encoded into the metaphysical bases of reality.”
“TERRY GROSS, host: Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says drummers know they don't get much respect.”
“Coming up, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews an album by a Dutch big band that first became known for performing Sun Ra's music.”
“He originally spoke of the “theory of deduction”, which was the name Whitehead and Russell used for the propositional calculus, but because they did not introduce a logic of quantifiers until later, he coined the term ˜Protothetic™, from the Greek for ˜first theses™.”
“Photographer Paul Whitehead is a recent addition to the neighborhood.”
“From his wide experiences in various fields of work, and as a result of his knowledge of conditions in many countries, Commander Whitehead is well qualified to speak on the general subjects of human values in relation to business and industry.”
“Commander Whitehead is President of Schweppes (U.S.A.) and the General Manager of Schweppes (Overseas).”
“I cherish the copy of The Book Against God that James signed for me — so much so that I’ll happily become a douchey namedropper to advertise the fact that I used to know James Wood — but Colson Whitehead is so hilarious here that James would surely acknowledge it.”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
Looking for tweets for Whitehead.