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Mood and modality 2nd ed

Mood and modality 2nd ed (Loan 51 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Palmer, F. R. (Frank Robert)
Title Statement
Mood and modality / F.R. Palmer.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, UK ;   New York, N.Y., USA :   Cambridge University Press,   2001.  
Physical Medium
xxi, 236 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
ISBN
0521800358 0521804795 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Modality (Linguistics)
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300 ▼a xxi, 236 p. ; ▼c 23 cm.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xv
Note on the text = xvi
List of abbreviations = xvii
1 Introduction = 1
 1.1 Basic concepts = 1
  1.1.1 Realis and irrealis = 1
  1.1.2 The notion of assertion = 3
 1.2 Two basic distinctions = 4
  1.2.1 Mood and modal systems = 4
  1.2.2 Propositional and Event modality = 7
 1.3 The classification of modality in modal systems = 8
  1.3.1 Epistemic and Evidential = 8
  1.3.2 Deontic and Dynamic = 9
 1.4 Other types of modality = 10
  1.4.1 Presupposed = 11
  1.4.2 Negative and Interrogative = 11
  1.4.3 Wishes, fears, etc. = 13
  1.4.4 Past tense as modal = 13
  1.4.5 Complex systems = 14
 1.5 Typology = 18
 1.6 Grammatical markers = 19
 1.7 Terminology = 19
 1.8 Summary of basic categories = 22
 1.9 Organization = 22
2 Modal systems : Propositional modality = 24
 2.1 Epistemic modality = 24
  2.1.1 The three types = 24
  2.1.2 Speculative and deductive = 26
  2.1.3 Deductive and Assumptive = 28
  2.1.4 May as concessive = 31
  2.1.5 Modifications = 31
  2.1.6 Past time reference = 33
  2.1.7 Inference and confidence = 34
 2.2 Evidential modality = 35
  2.2.1 Evidential systems = 35
  2.2.2 Reported = 40
  2.2.3 Sensory = 43
  2.2.4 Direct and indirect evidence = 47
  2.2.5 Other evidential possibilities = 50
  2.2.6 Hierarchy = 51
  2.2.7 Evidentials and certainty = 52
 2.3 Interrogative and Negative = 52
 2.4 Two other possibilities = 55
 2.5 Structure of propositional systems = 56
 2.6 Discourse and participants = 58
  2.6.1 Discourse systems = 58
  2.6.2 Participant systems = 62
 2.7 Declaratives = 64
  2.7.1 Declaratives and modal systems = 65
  2.7.2 Assertion and 'strong assertion' = 68
3 Modal systems : Event modality = 70
 3.1 Formal systems = 70
 3.2 Deontic = 70
  3.2.1 Directives = 71
  3.2.2 Commissive = 72
  3.2.3 Modifications = 73
  3.2.4 Subjectivity = 75
  3.2.5 Past time reference = 76
 3.3 Dynamic = 76
  3.3.1 Ability and willingness = 76
  3.3.2 Past tense and time = 79
 3.4 Imperative and jussive = 80
 3.5 'Purposive' in Australian languages = 83
 3.6 An alternative analysis = 84
4 Modal systems and modal verbs = 86
 4.1 Modal systems = 86
  4.1.1 Formal identity of different systems = 86
  4.1.2 Possibility and necessity = 89
  4.1.3 Possibility, necessity and negation in English = 90
  4.1.4 Possibility, necessity and negation in other languages = 92
  4.1.5 The notional connection = 98
 4.2 Modal verbs = 100
  4.2.1 Modal verbs in English = 100
  4.2.2 Modal verbs in other languages = 101
  4.2.3 Formal differences = 103
 4.3 Modal systems and other categories = 104
  4.3.1 Mood = 104
  4.3.2 Future = 104
  4.3.3 Negation = 106
5 Indicative and subjunctive = 107
 5.1 Main and subordinate clauses = 108
  5.1.1 Main clauses = 108
  5.1.2 Subordinate clauses = 111
 5.2 Propositional modality = 112
  5.2.1 Speculative = 112
  5.2.2 Reported = 113
  5.2.3 Negative = 116
  5.2.4 Interrogative = 120
  5.2.5 Presupposed = 121
  5.2.6 Future = 124
  5.2.7 Conditional = 124
  5.2.8 Other types = 125
 5.3 Event modality = 126
  5.3.1 Directives = 127
  5.3.2 Purposive = 128
  5.3.3 Wishes, fears, etc. = 131
  5.3.4 Resultative = 135
 5.4 Imperative and Jussive = 136
  5.4.1 Morphology and syntax = 137
  5.4.2 Subjunctive = 138
 5.5 Subjunctive as subordinator = 142
 5.6 Other possibilities = 144
6 Realis and Irrealis = 145
 6.1 Joint and non-joint marking = 145
 6.2 Terminology = 148
 6.3 Morphology and syntax = 150
  6.3.1 Morphology = 150
  6.3.2 Linked clauses = 152
  6.3.3 Complement clauses = 154
 6.4 Joint systems = 157
 6.5 Non-joint systems = 160
  6.5.1 Binary systems = 160
  6.5.2 Realis, irrealis and unmarked = 161
  6.5.3 Wider systems = 163
  6.5.4 Complex systems = 166
 6.6 Propositional modality = 168
  6.6.1 Past, present and future = 168
  6.6.2 Speculative and Deductive = 170
  6.6.3 Interrogative = 172
  6.6.4 Negative = 173
  6.6.5 Negative-like categories = 175
  6.6.6 Reported = 176
  6.6.7 Presupposed = 177
  6.6.8 Conditional = 177
  6.6.9 Habitual Past = 179
 6.7 Event modality = 179
  6.7.1 Imperative and jussive = 179
  6.7.2 'Strong' and 'polite' commands = 181
  6.7.3 Obligative = 183
  6.7.4 Abilitive = 184
7 Subjunctive and irrealis = 185
 7.1 Similarities and differences = 185
 7.2 A binary system = 187
 7.3 The typological status of Realis/Irrealis = 188
 7.4 Alternative subordinate constructions = 191
  7.4.1 Non-finite clauses = 192
  7.4.2 Direct speech = 196
 7.5 Speaker commitment = 198
 7.6 The subjunctive in English = 201
8 Past tense as modal = 203
 8.1 'Real' and 'unreal' = 203
 8.2 Modal-tense = 203
  8.2.1 Modal verbs = 203
  8.2.2 Greek optative = 204
 8.3 Real and unreal conditions = 207
  8.3.1 Marking by tense = 207
  8.3.2 Marking by tense and mood = 209
  8.3.3 Interaction of modality and unreality = 211
  8.3.4 Further possibilities = 214
 8.4 Wishes = 216
 8.5 Russian 'subjunctive' = 217
 8.6 Explanation = 218
References = 222
Language index = 231
General index = 234


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