6 edition of Modality found in the catalog.
September 1, 2000
by Elsevier Science
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
Book Description. Timothy Williamson is one of the most influential living philosophers working in the areas of logic and metaphysics. His work in these areas has been particularly influential in shaping debates about metaphysical modality, which is the topic of his recent provocative and closely-argued book Modal Logic as Metaphysics (). This book comprises ten essays by metaphysicians. This question is pertinent for most contributors to the book. For linguists, modality refers to the oral or signed nature of languages. Oral languages are primarily sequential and use the vocal/auditory channel, whereas sign languages are primarily spatial and use the manual (corporeal)/visual channel.
e-Book – Buy from our e-platform. This volume brings together a collection of 18 papers that look into the expression of modality in the grammars of natural languages, with an emphasis on its manifestations in naturally occurring discourse. Though the individual contributions reflect a diversity of languages, of synchronic and diachronic Pages: Define modality. modality synonyms, modality pronunciation, modality translation, English dictionary definition of modality. n. pl. modalities 1. The fact, state, or quality of being modal. 2. A tendency to conform to a general pattern or belong to a particular group or.
About this Item: Condition: New. Cambridge University Press, p. Paperback. Series: Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Since the publication of F. R. Palmer's first edition of Mood and Modality in , when 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 what makes the difference between a factual assertion like unicorns never existed, and a more guarded view, such as it seems unlikely that unicorns could ever have existed—or a bolder claim like the existence of unicorns must always have been a myth.. Modality, then, is a resource speakers and writers use when they are staking claims to knowledge: it allows them to formulate Author: Richard Nordquist.
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F.R. Palmer has done a great job of reviewing Modality book 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 Modality book the by: Modality book successful Physical Agent Modalities: Theory and Application for the Occupational Therapist has been updated and revised into a comprehensive Second Edition that logically provides a foundation for understanding the bio-physiological effects of physical agents and their impact on an individual’s occupational performance and functioning.
Recognized as an expert in physical agent /5(19). 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.
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. Modality definition is - the quality or state of being modal.
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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. Since the publication of F.
Palmer's first edition of 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 by: This volume brings together a collection of 18 papers that look into the expression of modality in the grammars of natural languages, with an emphasis on its manifestations in naturally occurring discourse.
Though the individual contributions reflect a diversity of languages, of synchronic and diachronic foci, and of theoretical orientations all within the broad domain of functional.
Modality and Language Modality is a category of linguistic meaning having to do with the expression of possibility and necessity. A modalized sentence locates an underlying or preja-cent proposition in the space of possibilities (the term prejacent was introduced by medieval logicians).
Sandy might be home says that there is a possibilityFile Size: KB. modality meaning: 1. a particular way of doing or experiencing something: 2. the meaning expressed by modal verbs 3. Learn more. Get this from a library. Modality. [Joseph Melia] -- This introduction to modality places the emphasis on the metaphysics of modality rather than on the formal semantics of quantified modal logic.
In particular, the discussion is centered on the nature. Ralph Winter coined the terms sodality and modality in a little chapter in a big book that a lot of people have on their shelves but have not read: Perspectives on the World Christian book is an anthology of articles, edited by Ralph Winter.
He included a small chapter—chapter 19– on the two structures of God’s redemptive mission. modality (countable and uncountable, plural modalities) The fact of being modal. The classification of propositions on the basis on whether they claim possibility, impossibility, contingency or necessity; mode.
(linguistics) The inflection of a verb that shows how its action is conceived by the speaker; mood A method of diagnosis or therapy.
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The work of many sign language researchers has revealed deep similarities between signed and spoken languages in their structure, acquisition and processing, as well as differences, arising from the differing articulatory and perceptual constraints under which signed languages are.
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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.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.Connect your modality to Orthanc This section explains how to connect a modality to an Orthanc server.
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