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Physics: Being and Time

Author:

Javadi, Hossein

Category:

Essays

Sub-Category:

Unification Theories

Language:

English

Date Published:

March 9, 2015

Downloads:

284

Keywords:

Being, time, cosmology, relativity, modern physics, Freeddman equation

Abstract:

Understanding of being and time has always been interesting and difficult for mankind. Generally, there are three approaches of religion, philosophy and science to being and time. In this essay, I have reviewed physical being and time, because everything in nature is a physical entity. The question is what relationship is between being and time and whether in physics, being and time are separable? In this essay, I have answered these questions. In the early days; physics was a part of the philosophy. Before Newton, physics was descriptive and analytic, and physicists had not used mathematics yet, so physics was closer to philosophy than science. For this reason, Newton had named his book "Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy". Still we are using philosophical concepts in the physics. One of these concepts is phenomenon. According to Kant, it is vital always to distinguish between the distinct realms of phenomena and noumena. Phenomena are the appearances, which constitute our experience; noumena are the (presumed) things themselves, which constitute reality. Scientific theories do not show the laws of nature, but are our understanding of physical phenomena to explain the nature and closeness of the common phenomena to the dominating rules of nature. So no theory is perfect, even if expressed with mathematical formulas.

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