Category:Philosophy of physics
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Philosophy of physics is the study of the fundamental, philosophical questions underlying modern physics, the study of matter and energy and how they interact. Perhaps the main questions concern the nature of space and time, atoms and atomism, cosmogony, the interpretation of the results of quantum mechanics, the foundations of statistical mechanics, causality, determinism, and the nature of physical laws. Classically, several of these questions were studied as part of metaphysics (for example, those about causality, determinism, and space and time). Today, the philosophy of physics is very close to and the most active subtopic within philosophy of science.
This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.
Pages in category "Philosophy of physics"
The following 64 pages are in this category, out of 64 total.
- Philosophy of physics (physics)
- Digital philosophy (philosophy)
- History of the philosophy of field theory (philosophy)
- Weyl's tile argument (philosophy)