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On Elements of Axiomatizing Eventology


  • Vorobyev, Oleg Yu.


Elements of eventologic axiomatics are offered. Eventology [Vorobyev, 2007], a new direction of probability theory and philosophy, offers the original many-event-based approach to the description of many-agent being and co-being, entering human agents, together with his/her beliefs, directly in the frameworks of scientific research in the form of eventologic distribution of his/her own events. This allows us, by putting together probabilistic and many-event-based representation of information and philosophical concept of event as co-being [Bakhtin, 1920], to offer an axiomatizing eventology which expands Kolmogorov’s axiomatic of probability theory [Kolmogorov, 1933] and axiomatizes an overlapping sciences mathematical eventolanguage for the description of many-agent being and co-being.

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  • Vorobyev, Oleg Yu., 2009. "On Elements of Axiomatizing Eventology," MPRA Paper 22575, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 10 Mar 2010.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:22575

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