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  • n. Plural form of holonomy.


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  • He goes on to note that his favoured interpretation of gauge theories (in terms of non-separable holonomies) is one according to which the fundamental objects are ontologically secondary to structure because the objects of a theory are members of equivalence classes under symmetry transformations and no further individuation of objects is possible.

    Structural Realism

  • So there is a whole set of problems with equating holonomies, loop space variables etc, with the group theory of curvatures.

    What’s the (Dark) Matter?


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