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By Angelika Caputo

Dieses Arbeitsbuch erg?nzt perfekt das Lehrbuch Fahrmeir/K?nstler/Pigeot/Tutz: Statistik - Der Weg zur Datenanalyse. Es enth?lt die L?sungen zu den dort gestellten Aufgaben. Dar?ber hinaus bietet es eine Reihe weiterer Aufgaben inklusive L?sungen und Computer?bungen mit realen Daten. Es dient damit der Vertiefung und der Ein?bung des im Lehrbuch vermittelten Stoffes zur Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung, deskriptiven und induktiven Statistik. Die vierte Auflage ist an das Eurozeitalter angepa?t und enth?lt viele Verbesserungen.

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Another critical element consists of demonstrating that, despite its best efforts, modernism is unable to close the circle, to completely hegemonize political, economic, and cultural spaces, and that crucial postmodern moments arise and are effective in beckoning us toward alternative ways of thinking ‘beyond’ modernism. Showing then the postmodern moments that have emerged within fields dominated (but only partially) by modernism can give rise to adumbrating the paths of its supercession. 42 Two additional remarks.

What postmodern criticism amounts to, in light of the refusal of essentialism, includes an alternative view that there are multiple bases for the production of knowledge; that there can be no ultimate conceptual arbiter of different truth claims (though there may indeed be the perception that these claims have different effects, some of which can be preferred to others); that discourses concerned with knowledge production are often irreducible, largely non-translatable, and therefore mostly incommensurate; and that settling the priority or hierarchy of different truth claims must always be connected to persuasiveness and power.

For some postmodernists, the forms of social and cultural life that have been ushered in as part of the ‘modern age’ are sufficiently debilitating and faulty as to warrant simple opposition. That is, postmodernism is sometimes encountered as an anti-modernism. In this case, postmodernism often joins forces with neo-traditionalists (neoAristotelians, for example – see the discussion of this tendency in Klamer’s essay in this collection) who see modernism in many of its forms as having brought about the demise in older values – some even promised as a feature of modernism – that stressed (local) community, moral goodness, tolerance, social justice, and individual freedom.

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