And that his feelings for Hamilton led to a government and a country that became Hamiltonian rather than Jeffersonian.
Our movement will adopt a Hamiltonian posture in the way we discuss government.
This paper had, by now, departed from the policy of its Hamiltonian founder.
Of course Theodore Roosevelt is Hamiltonian with a difference.
What Mr. Roosevelt really did was to revive the Hamiltonian ideal of constructive national legislation.
I prescribed to myself, too, a sort of Hamiltonian system for learning parts; and learnt a great number.
Thus, then, is the great issue between the Hamiltonian and Platonic schools made upon a question of fact.
The Homopathic system of acquiring knowledge is more to their taste than even the Hamiltonian.
A vast majority in number as well as in interest of these are men deeply imbued with Hamiltonian principles.
The economic program accorded with considerations partly Hamiltonian, partly state-socialist.
1797, follower of, or characteristic of, U.S. politician Alexander Hamilton (d.1804).
A mathematical function or operator that can be used to describe the state of a physical system. In classical mechanics, the Hamiltonian is a function of coordinates and momenta of bodies in the system, treated as independent variables. It is equal to the sum of the kinetic and potential energies of the system, and can be used to derive the equations of motion for the system. In quantum mechanics, the Hamiltonian is an operator corresponding to the total energy of the system. The Hamiltonian is named after Irish mathematician William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865).