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3) it is conceivable to detect the narrator's interest constellations (eh. 4) and a central stock of his general action capacities and specific institutional skills (eh. 2,5) by way of bis retrospective interpretation in verbal off-band narratives of bis own past conduct. His willingness to tellabout personal experiences gets him into constraints to become more specific on the one band, for if events are being told their respective consequences as new events have to be revealed etc. This constraint to become more specific brings up the narrator's former and partly (at the time of the narrative) still existent actual interest constellations, because those are motivating, constituting elements of the events to be told about.

Teilgeschichte des Ereignisablaufs bzw. eines Teils des Ereignisverlaufs rekonstruieren und die freigesetzten Handlungskapazitäten der in die Geschichte verwickelten · Interaktionspartner einschätzen. Sodann kann er die eigengeschöpfte Geschichte bzw. Teilgeschichte mit den von Informanten erhaltenen Geschichten vergleichen. Sinnvoll ist diese Prozedur natürlich nur dann, wenn die Eigenbeobachtungen und das dokumentarische Material des Forschers nicht so vollständig und authentisch sind, daß der Forscher eine abgerundete Geschichte einschließlich der Handlungskapazitäten der in die Geschichte verwickelten Aktoren aus seiner eigenen wissenschaftlichen Aufmerksamkeitsspannweite heraus konstruieren kann, und/oder falls der Forscher seine eigene Perspektive mit derjenigen anderer Mit- und/oder Nacherlebender vergleichen will, um einen "objektiveren", d.

Subsequently the heterogenity of that which is and that which ought to be, which was first enduced by the underlying logic, can be taken up by that, admittedly only apparently, discursive argument, according to which it appears evident that which is cannot be inferred from that which ought to be, nor that which ought to be from that which is. Even here the underlying logic determines completely the contents of the ideas. This argumentation is only evident provided that: 1 the argumentation is one of logical deduction and that, therefore, 2 the point would be to derive a 'purely ideal' conception of what ought tobe from a 'purely causal' conception of what is.

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