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Proposal of a four-dimensional model of social response.
Descriptive models of social response attempt to identify the conceptual dimensions necessary to define and distinguish various types of influence. Building on previous approaches, the authorsExpand
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Statistics of extreme events with application to climate
The statistical theory of extreme events is applied to observed global average temperature records and to simplified models of climate. Both hands of records exhibit behavior in the tails of theExpand
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Chapter Seven. Pietism As A Threat To The Social Order: Pietist Communities In Jena 1727–1729
Pietism came late to the university town of Jena. Whereas many other German towns had vibrant Pietist movements since at least the final decade of the seventeenth century, the political andExpand
Irmtraut Sahmland and, Hans-Jürgen Schrader (eds), Medizin- und kulturgeschichtliche Konnexe des Pietismus: Heilkunst und Ethik, arkane Traditionen, Musik, Literatur und Sprache (Göttingen and
the potential equality and convertibility of all people. Stornig’s analysis of the exposition material reveals that religious and secular knowledge were deeply connected. Catholic academicsExpand
Taking issue with "Let's do lunch".