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The paper opposes to a common attitude towards forms-as being something non-important, superficial, "formal"-Plato and Aristotle's philosophy, according to which things exist because of forms. From the inquiry of their logic that mixes the epistemological and the ontological standpoint, the analysis goes on to the problem of the understanding of forms as events: as mirrors of the manner we see the world/as mirrors of the way of thinking. I contrast the event to the situation-in Alain Badiou'sfatcat:5hkrined3vhd5gu6dtm2meu43u