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Gross [7] extended the study by considering preimages of sets counting multiplicities.
For a positive integer m we denote by N(r, a; f l< m) (N(r, a; f |[greater than or equal to] m)) the counting function of those a-points of f whose multiplicities are not greater (not less) than m where each a-point is counted according to its multiplicity.
So, the multitude can act with multiplicities and the manner in which they do demonstrate that it may be still possible to work toward the reconstruction of schools and society within this postmodern era.
It is a good sign that the collection under review acknowledges these built-in multiplicities and builds its poetics around it.