Category:Philosophy of thermal and statistical physics
Here is a list of articles in the Philosophy of thermal and statistical physics category of the Physics portal. The philosophy of thermal and statistical physics is one of the major subdisciplines of the philosophy of physics. Its subject matter is classical thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and related theories. Its central questions include: What is entropy, and what does the second law of thermodynamics say about it? Does either thermodynamics or statistical mechanics contain an element of time-irreversibility? If so, what is its connection with the arrow of time?
- For more information, see the article Philosophy of thermal and statistical physics.
Pages in category "Philosophy of thermal and statistical physics"
The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total.
- Arrow of time (physics)
- Configuration entropy (physics)
- H-theorem (physics)
- Kelvin–Planck statement (physics)
- Quantum thermodynamics (physics)
- T-symmetry (physics)