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Event - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (401 words)
Individuals define an event's significance subjectively; people actively and retroactively compartmentalize their lives and history in terms of epochs delimited by events considered to be significant.
In Physics and in Science in general, an event may be contrasted with a process, which occurs across intervals, not just at a point on a timeline.
In special relativity (and general relativity), an event is a point in the spacetime continuum, i.e.
Philosophy of History (7027 words)
The Meta-Encyclopedia of Philosophy is comprised of seven different dictionaries that may be used to compare definitions of important terms and hence appreciate the subtleties of philosophical concepts, while the has many free essays, in addition to the wealth of material available if you are prepared to register.
Philosophy Pages is a site providing several useful resources, including a dictionary of philosophical terms, an history and timeline of philosophical development and key thinkers, and a study guide.
We can say that the historian describes the event in a way enjoined upon him or her by the evidence, but—as we said before—the records from the past are silent and do not insist on any particular reading.
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