Physical

Physical may refer to:

  • Body, the physical structure of an organism
    • Human body, the physical structure of a human
  • Physical abuse, abuse involving contact intended to cause feelings of intimidation, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm
  • Physical body, in physics, psychology, philosophy, mysticism and religion
  • Physical change, any change in matter not involving a change in the substance's chemical properties
  • Physical chemistry, the study of macroscopic, atomic, subatomic, and particulate phenomena in chemical systems in terms of physical laws and concepts
  • Physical cosmology, a branch of astronomy, is the study of the largest-scale structures and dynamics of the universe and is concerned with fundamental questions about its formation and evolution
  • Physical education, a course taken during primary and secondary education that encourages psychomotor learning in a play or movement exploration setting
  • Physical examination, a regular overall check-up with a doctor
  • Physical exercise, any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness
  • Physical fitness, a state of health and well-being, and a task-oriented definition based on the ability to perform specific aspects of sports or occupations
  • Physical property, any aspect of an object or substance that can be measured or perceived without changing its identity
  • Physical Review, an American scientific journal founded in 1893 that publishes original research and scientific and literature reviews on all aspects of physics
  • Physical Review Letters, a peer reviewed, scientific journal that is published 52 times per year by the American Physical Society
  • Physical therapy, a health care profession

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Other articles related to "physical":

Natural Units
... In physics, natural units are physical units of measurement based only on universal physical constants ... in such a way that some set of selected universal physical constants are each normalized to unity that is, their numerical values in terms of these units are exactly 1 ... omitted from mathematical expressions of physical laws ...
Key Principles of Vishishtadvaita
... there, be it a human or animal depending upon the 'karma' or 'past deeds' done in the previous physical body/bodies or life/lives ... to perfect itself on earth and for that purpose created various levels of physical form ... or follow the laws in-order to obtain good karma and hence graduate to a high physical and mental form and finally join the ultimate BRAHMAN ...
Great Chain Of Being - The Great Chain of Being - Humanity
... unique position on the Chain of Being, straddling the world of spiritual beings and the world of physical creation ... unlike angels, human souls were "knotted" to a physical body ... As such, they were subject to passions and physical sensations—pain, hunger, thirst, sexual desire—just like other animals lower on the Chain of the Being ...
Northern Samar - Geography - Physical
... The province is composed largely of low and extremely rugged hills and small lowland areas ... It also has small and discontinuous areas along the coasts and its rivers are usually accompanied by alluvial plains and valleys ...
Ilocos Region - Physical
... Lingayen Gulf is the most notable body of water in the region and it contains a number of islands, including the Hundred Islands National Park ... To the north of the region is Luzon Strait ...

Famous quotes containing the word physical:

    Parents’ accepting attitudes can help children learn to be open and tolerant. Parents can explain unfamiliar behavior or physical handicaps and show children that the appropriate response to differences should be interest rather than revulsion.
    Dian G. Smith (20th century)

    Authority is not a quality one person “has,” in the sense that he has property or physical qualities. Authority refers to an interpersonal relation in which one person looks upon another as somebody superior to him.
    Erich Fromm (1900–1980)

    When we say that pleasure is the end, we do not mean the pleasure of the profligate or that which depends on physical enjoyment—as some think who do not understand our teachings, disagree with them, or give them an evil interpretation—but by pleasure we mean the state wherein the body is free from pain and the mind from anxiety.
    Epicurus (c. 341–271 B.C.)