You technically can, but that code is not meant to be read or easy to understand
Your events are mostly 1:1 what they seem like, each condition being a function returning a boolean value and actions functions that do not return anything. The only true exception to that is conditions and actions that use an object as a parameter, they have an additional loop around the functions to call the functions for every instance of the object.
If you really want to read the events code, despite that, you can simply make a manual HTML export. You can then read all the code you want - with your event code specifically being in the
codeX.js files, where the X is the position of the scene in the project manager that this file contains events code for.