The Semantics in Natural Philosophy and Philosophy of Physics

Abstract

The semantic content in the nomenclature natural philosophy and philosophy of physics revolve on epistemological leanings. This leaning is motivated by the growth of knowledge within the natural sciences. The yearning for specialization in specifics within the content of nature revolving around matter and energy precipitated the leap from the broad based natural philosophy to the philosophy of physics. This leap is based on the proposition that knowledge is dynamic and grows by accretion.

Keywords: Artificial, Motion, Natural, Science, physics


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