A 7 Oct 2012 MinutePhysics video on the history of the theory of the field starting from the work of Michael Faraday up through James Maxwell by Neil Turok.
In science, field is a region in which a body experiences a force as the result of the presence of some other body or bodies. [1]

See also
Electromagnetic force
Field particle
Force field | Social physics
Morris Zucker
Primary field particle
Secondary field particle
Social field

1. Daintith, John. (2004). Oxford Dictionary of Science. Oxford University Press.
2. Bazargan, Mehdi. (c.1980). “Religion and Liberty” (Section: Opposition: the Cause of Movement and Life, pgs. 81-82, note 23: Thermodynamics of Humanity); originally in Rediscovery of Values (Bazyabi-e Arzeshha); reprinted in Liberal Islam: a Source Book (chapter 7, pgs. 73-84) edited by Charles Kurzman, Oxford University Press, 1998.

External links
Field (physics) – Wikipedia.

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