In replying to Mondak and Sanders, I introduce the notion of ``Kelvinist tolerance,'' or an absolute absence of any intolerance whatsoever. I contend that while we can imagine such an extreme level of tolerence, in our empirical world it occurs about as frequently as the absolute zero of the Kelvin scale of temperature. Consequently, I reject the assertion of Mondak and Sanders that special statistical approaches are essential for analyzing tolerance, arguing instead in favor of parsimony in both conceptualization and analytical strategies.
Political Behavior – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 25, 2005
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