A Bit of Lotto Philosophy

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Porsrun
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A Bit of Lotto Philosophy

Post by Porsrun » Sat 09 Mar 2019, 11:04

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The building in which I live is a single, definite object. Although it consists of many parts, such as cellar, walls, roof, windows, doors, halls, and has many characteristics, such as size, location, color, age, it is still a unitary object. Its parts and characteristics are incorporated into an actual unit which is winning the lottery susceptible of immediate and direct observation. Now all the ideas that represent parts and characteristics of this building, as well as the idea representing the building as a whole, are organized into a concept.

Lotto system is an unitary object. It consists of a few parts, such as numbered balls, lotto machine, lotto tickets, and has a few characteristics, such as size, location, color, it is still an unitary object. Its parts and characteristics are incorporated into an actual unit which is susceptible of immediate and direct observation. We may draw a contrast between such a concrete objects as a particular house and lotto systems and such an abstraction as their characteristics.

Many of the ideas making up the system, represent concrete, observable objects, and also abstract, hidden things. The highest achievements of the human mind depend upon the existence of abstract concepts. Concepts of concrete objects and concepts of abstractions in lotto system, depend upon each other. It would be impossible to have anything like a true concept of lotto numbers, an abstraction, without having at the same time fairly elaborate concept of such concrete objects as lotto balls. Otherwise, the idea of lucky or unlucky number could have no more meaning than a mere ordinary number, and, in this case, it could add little to our concept of practical game and its usefulness.

By having a clear concept about lotto game, we formed a framework for the more detailed and specific ideas which practical experience is later to furnish. One who enters the lotto business with a general, theoretical notion of what it is all about, is not so likely to be swamped by the mass of detailed facts which he must master. In fact, one can scarcely be said to be in a position really to understand the working of a lotto system, if he has not a general idea, that is an abstract concept, of the lotto process. A skilled lotto player must know more than to write six numbers on a lotto ticket. He have to know the internal details of a lotto system, the general principles of lotto functionality so well that he can pass quick and accurate judgement of this play.

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