Definitions

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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a Middle English diminutive of Hugh.

Examples

  • The film's success was further validated by three additional films made on the activities of the Huggett family.

    Ken Annakin RIP: Master International Director

  • Butterfield, J. and C. Isham, 2001, ˜Spacetime and the philosophical challenge of quantum gravity™, in C.llender and Huggett, eds.,

    The Unity of Science

  • Recent philosophers of space and time (see Grünbaum 1967, articles in Salmon 2001, Huggett 1999) hold that the arguments are reductios of the theses that space and time are continuous (the Achilles and the Dichotomy) or discrete (the Moving Blocks and the Arrow).

    Presocratic Philosophy

  • Excellent overviews of the above and related issues can be found in Huggett (1997) and Castellani (1998b).

    Identity and Individuality in Quantum Theory

  • This line of argument has been criticised by Huggett on the grounds that the apparent mystery is a mere fabrication: the inaccessible non-symmetric states can be ruled out as simply not physically possible (Huggett 1995).

    Identity and Individuality in Quantum Theory

  • Huggett has pointed out that the former supports haecceitism, whereas the latter does not and, furthermore, that the empirical evidence provides no basis for choosing between these two spaces (Huggett 1999).

    Identity and Individuality in Quantum Theory

  • Cunnington, 1974; Life Below Stairs, by Frank E. Huggett, 1977.

    The Thief Taker

  • Cunnington, 1974; Life Below Stairs, by Frank E. Huggett, 1977.

    The Thief Taker

  • Cunnington, 1974; Life Below Stairs, by Frank E. Huggett, 1977.

    The Thief Taker

  • Cunnington, 1974; Life Below Stairs, by Frank E. Huggett, 1977.

    The Thief Taker

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