Physics is a science with clear experimental value through which theories and laws are drawn. This discipline is divided into three fundamental branches: classical, modern and contemporary. Classical Physics
What is the object of study from the classical perspective? The analysis of these phenomena whose speed is infinitely less than the speed of light. From a historical point of view, this branch of physics comprises research carried out before the 20th century. This field of knowledge also integrates scientific phenomena of magnitude.
In opposition to modern physics, which has as its object of study the analysis of particles, the analysis of microscopic reality is valued .
Classical physics also shows a model of the world governed by mechanistic laws in the cosmovision of the physical universe . From this perspective, the universe could be metaphorically explained as the cogs of a perfect clock whose elements move by means of a law of causality. Classical Physics
Parts of classical physics
This concept is integrated by different specific branches:
1. Thermodynamics : studies the relationship between heat and energy as elements that transform bodies. Furthermore, energy can become a working formula, that is, a principle of movement.
2. Mechanics: analysis of entities in motion and at rest, as well as their development over time. In this context, the laws related to motion proposed by scientist Isaac Newton are also integrated.
3. Optics: light analysis.
4. Sound: study of how sound propagates and how waves move through matter. Classical Physics
5. Electricity and magnetism: analysis of electricity both in motion and at rest. This is called electromagnetism.
This portion of physical science shows a clear opposition with quantum physics that appears as a solution to give answers to phenomena where the explanations made until then were not definitive.
This quantum physics integrates mathematics and, on the contrary, the classical formula gives greater value to metaphysics . Modern physics carried out from the 20th century onwards integrates the study of cosmology, particle physics, molecular and quantum physics. In other words, a new paradigm arises in relation to classical theories about the universe. Classical Physics