Reference and modality

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Oxford University Press , London
Modality (Logic), Description (Philos
Statementedited by Leonard Linsky.
SeriesOxford readings in philosophy
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LC ClassificationsBC199.M6 L54
The Physical Object
Pagination[5], 177 p.
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Open LibraryOL5388751M
ISBN 10019875017X
LC Control Number72595855

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Palmer has done a great job of reviewing and organizing the varied and often confusing and conflicting literature on Mood and Modality and has condensed it into an accesible book. You must have previous knowledge of linguistics to understand the by: This is a book about semantic theories of modality.

Its main goal is to explain and evaluate important contemporary theories within linguistics and to discuss a wide range of linguistic phenomena from the perspective of these theories.

The introduction describes the variety of grammatical phenomena associated with modality, explaining why modal verbs, adjectives, and adverbs represent the core Brand: Paul Portner. Major theoretical questions considered include Semantics and Grammar, Deixis, Mood and Illocutionary Force and Modality.

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In the literature the term modality typically refers to a sensory modality, also known as stimulus modality. &#;The semantics of aspect and modality&#; will be of interest both to linguists working on temporality, as a general phenomenon in language, and Hebraists investigating the semantics of the verbal forms in biblicalaspect and modality are among the most challenging discussed areas of by: This book offers original theoretical accounts and a wealth of descriptive information concerning modality in present-day English.

At the same time, it provides fresh impetus to more general linguistic issues such as grammaticalization, colloquialization, or the interplay between sociolinguistic and syntactic constraints. The articles fall into four sections: (a) the semantics and pragmatics.

This handbook offers an in depth and comprehensive state of the art survey of the linguistic domains of modality and mood. An international team of experts in the field examine the full range of methodological and theoretical approaches to the many facets of the phenomena involved.

Following an opening section that provides an introduction and historical background to the topic, the volume is. "The book offers a stimulating read, with the papers in sections two and three in particular providing a great deal of thought-provoking material." Martin J.

ENdley in: Studies in Language 7/ "This volume is a valuable and representative collection of current approaches to modality in contemporary English. IT rewards the reader with fundamental theoretical knowlegde of modal concepts, but. Since the publication of F. Palmer's Mood and Modality inwhen the topic of "modality" was fairly unfamiliar, there has been considerable interest in the subject as well as in grammatical typology in general.

Modality is concerned with mood (subjunctive etc.) and with modal markers such as English modal verbs (can, may, must etc.) and is treated as a single grammatical. I am writing a short book and self-publishing. How would I list Notes or References at the end and citing on pages within the book.

For example: American psychological Association’s journal of Personality and Social Psychology, “Exploring Stereotypes About perceptions of Male Bodies,” MaWashington, D.C. For example. Time and Modality is a unique work of reference; not only does it unite studies which explore the syntax and semantics of tense or modality but it is the first book of its kind to embrace the interaction of tense and modality within a coherent generative model.

Various topics are covered in this. Leonard Linsky is the author of Reference and Modality ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Referring ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 /5(8).

The descriptive framework draws fresh insights from syntactic, semantic and pragmatic approaches to the study of language and communication, and from recent work in corpus linguistics. The book includes contrastive reference to the expression of modality in Spanish and a discussion of modality in such applied contexts as language : $ Reference, Modality, and Relational Time.

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Fernando Migura - - Theoria 10 (2)Categories: Logic and Philosophy of Logic Truth, Misc. Modality is a non-fiction book by the semanticist Paul book, first published by the Oxford University Press inlays out the basic problems in linguistic modality and some of the standard approaches to solving them.

Bibliography. Portner, Paul (), UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN ; References. reference and a state-of-the-art perspective on contemporary semantic This is a book about semantic theories of modality. I am not too comfortable trying to define modality, but a definition provides a useful place to start: modality is the linguistic phenomenon.

This is a book about semantic theories of modality. Its main goal is to explain and evaluate important contemporary theories within linguistics and to discuss a wide range of linguistic phenomena from the perspective of these theories.4/5. well as thought provoking.

I wholeheartedly recommend the book for your reference shelf, particularly if you are a linguist or translator who needs to do an in-depth study of modality in a single language or a cross-language comparison of modality.

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Related categories. Siblings: Kant: Space () Kant Nick Stang offers an extremely meticulous and original study of Immanuel Kant’s theory of modality.

It is the first book dedicated solely to Kantian modality in the Anglophone Kant literature, crowning the recent surge of articles on the subject, while also setting.This chapter traces the current understanding of mood (or mode) and modality back in time, in the Western tradition, giving pride of place to F.

R. Palmer, G. H. von Wright, I. Kant, Priscian, Quintilian, Dionysius Thrax, Apollonius Dyscolus, and Protagoras. It sketches how there were and still are at least four different notions of mood, the domain of which was progressively taken over by a Cited by: 2.This handbook offers an in depth and comprehensive state of the art survey of the linguistic domains of modality and mood and examines the full range of methodological and theoretical approaches to the phenomena involved.

Following an opening section that provides an introduction and historical background to the topic, the volume is divided into five parts.