8 edition of Trust in numbers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -301) and index.
|Statement||Theodore M. Porter.|
|LC Classifications||Q175.5 .P67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||94021440|
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"A closely reasoned, densely written historical account of how nonscientific people came to use numbers for political purposes When there is nothing else to trust, it Trust in numbers book, people trust numbers."Rudy Rucker, Scientific AmericanCited by: Trust in Numbers questions whether such success in the study of stars, molecules, or cells should be an attractive model for research on human societies, and examines why the natural sciences are highly quantitative in the first place.
Trust in Numbers: The Pursuit of Objectivity in Science and Public Life. Theodore M. Porter. Rating details 80 ratings 6 reviews. This investigation of the overwhelming appeal of quantification in the modern world discusses the development of cultural meanings of /5.
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Masters Offices across South Africa have traditionally issued Letters of Authority by allocating reference numbers commencing with 1 followed by the. In Trust in Numbers, Theodore Porter, an associate professor of history at UCLA and the author of The Rise of Statistical Thinking, (Princeton, ), unpacks this assumption and uses history to show how such a trust may sometimes be based less on the solidity of the numbers themselves than on the needs of expert and client communities.
The pursuit of objectivity through numbers. In, and our founder Charles H. Green co-wrote three books: The Trusted Advisor, Trust-Based Selling, and The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook.
All three books describe The Trust Equation in detail. It’s a model of trust that we at Trusted Advisor Associates have refined over many years. In this third covenant, unlike the first two, God hands down an elaborate set of laws (scattered through Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers), which the Israelites are to observe; they are also to remain faithful to Yahweh, the god of Israel, meaning, among other things, that they must put their trust in his help.
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the elements that make up trust. Numbers But the LORD said to Moses and Aaron, "Because you did not trust in me enough to honor me as holy in the sight of the Israelites, you will not bring this community into the land I.
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Numbers is so named because a census of Israel is taken twice in the book. The first census was completed while the Israelites were still at Mount Sinai (chapters ), and the second one came 38 years later when they arrived at the borders of Canaan at the end of .The book of Numbers becomes a warning and encouragement for us to follow God and trust his good plan for his people.
Milestones. The Journey Begins The people are sorted according to tribe with the Tabernacle at the center. God gives additional laws to help his people live by God’s holiness.Students who can tell you a book by memory may not know be able to read If a student can add small numbers, they “trust the count”.
If a student is adding 5 + 8 but counts outthey do not trust the count. They are recounting both numbers. If this continues, imagine the issues when adding +