In science, there is an abundance of diverse areas, which are also called “individual sciences”. They differ in methodology as they do specific research.
Science is primarily divided into the following sub-areas
- Cultural and human sciences
- Human sciences
- Natural sciences
- Agricultural sciences
- Social sciences
- Structural sciences
Each of these areas of science can be subdivided into further sub-areas, which in turn depend on the objects to be examined. Because of science car parts found in biltipset are evolving.
The cultural studies deal with human developments on an exclusively spiritual level, ergo this branch is strongly anthropological. The individual sciences deal with culture, politics, and history, society and media theories. The human sciences deal with the human being as a research object and thus also with everything that has a direct effect on him. These include languages, education, the soul as an apparatus of processing, biological and medical aspects that have an influence on him and proportionally areas from the humanities sector. The engineering sciences consist of constructive, “creating” and shaping sub-areas. Research, development and production with the help of the natural sciences or the business sector are their tasks.
The natural sciences are about the conditions within nature, which are determined by chemistry, biology, physics and geology. The classical natural sciences form the basis for medicine, astronomy, material-dominated subjects and parts of psychology. The agricultural sciences can be defined most clearly. They deal with the cultivation of the soil, the breeding and rearing of plants and animals, phytomedicine, the economy of agriculture and technology for the agricultural sector. Philosophy is a science of interpretation, which accordingly does not rely on empirical evidence. It is about interpretation, experience, exposition and belief, just as it is in theology. But the transmission of historical events also counts to both teachings.
Law is about the application of the law in law enforcement, politics or norms, and ethics. The field of activity of the social sciences is to examine society and its coexistence, including some auxiliary sciences, such as pedagogy. The structural sciences form individual sciences that create their own methodologies. They have their foundation in the natural sciences and subsequently serve them, but they are also widely used in engineering. Roughly summarized, the structural sciences consist of mathematics, systems theory, and information technology.
The last area, economics, is made up of business administration and economics, i.e. micro and macroeconomics.
In all of science, there is a constant interdisciplinary approach, namely the use of results from other individual sciences and the training of interdisciplinary new branches of science.