I have already posted this in the past but it was closed because it was too vague, I wasn't able to formulate a good question and so no one really understood what I meant.
Since then I still haven't found a good answer to my question although I have taken the time to think about my question and have managed to come up with possible answers, although they were satisfying answers but I had no way to see if in fact the answers I came up with were true.
Electric charges having no physical body would not be able to move because movement would need a body to be displaced but if there is no body how can it be displaced?
Electric charges have no body its a physical property of matter but properties do not have bodies and therefore cannot move.. right?
I am completly aware of how trivial this question is but I like to be precise and its discomforting when I talk about this.
I have researched about this online but have not found anyone asking this question and have not found anyone explaining why we say electric charges move.
I have come up with my own explanation:
physcist don't care about whether a charge has a body or not they just pretend because it makes talking about stuff related to electromagnetism easier
My explanation is just a proposition as of now.
Edit: I would like to recieve feedback so that I can improve my questions.