Realism and Philosophy – An Event Is a Part of Something Else

Realism and Philosophy – An Event Is a Part of Something Else In real life, events happen things on time, subject to outside influence, and subject to human potential. In philosophy, events are abstract objects in either instantaneous time or in timeless time. On some approaches, only changes in the external form of gaining or …

Tournament Organizing and Knock-Out Rules

Tournament Organizing and Knock-Out Rules A tournament is an organized competition between at least two competitors, each of which is playing in a sport or other game. More specifically, the word can be used in both of the aforementioned overlapping senses: as in a baseball tournament and, if we are talking about Ultimate Fighting, also …

How to Use the Discrete Fourier Transform to Understand Events in Sample Space

In aesthetics, events are things in either instantiation or timeless reality of timeless properties in timeless objects. On some aesthetic views, just changes in the form of getting or losing an existing property to acquire another can be considered as events, such as the wet grass of the lawn. According to some aestheticsians and philosophers, …

A Short Overview About Tournament Series

A tournament is usually a competition in which two or more competitors, each playing an independent game or sport, compete against each other. More specifically, the word can be used in either of two competing senses: as in a tournament competition or as in single combat. The word competition has always been around; probably because …