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|Statement||Christina Elizabeth Kramer.|
|Series||Slavistische Beiträge ;, Bd. 198|
|LC Classifications||PG1167 .K74 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||87168544|
Analytic Modality in Macedonian (Slavistische Beiträge) (German Edition) (German) Paperback – January 1, by Christina Elizabeth Kramer (Author) › Visit Amazon's Christina Elizabeth Kramer Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Christina Elizabeth Kramer. Christina E. Kramer is associate professor of Slavic languages at the University of Toronto. She is the author of Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students and Analytic Modality in Macedonian and the co-editor of Language Contact--Language Conflict. Grace E. Fielder is professor of Balkan and South Slavic linguistics in the Russian and Slavic Department at the University of /5(10). In der Reihe Slavistische Beiträge werden vor allem slavistische Dissertationen des deutschsprachigen Raums sowie vereinzelt auch amerikanische, englische und russische by: The book – first published in , revised and expanded in and – is the most recent English Macedonian textbook. She is a noted translator of literature from Bulgarian and Macedonian. Analytic Modality in Macedonian. (Slavistische Beiträge) Munich: Verlag Otto Sagner. Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel .
Books shelved as modality: Naming and Necessity by Saul A. Kripke, Reference and Modality by Leonard Linsky, Ontology, Identity, and Modality: Essays in. to the study of modality are philosophy, discourse analysis and linguistics. For the purpose of the present study, we shall focus on modality using linguistic approach. Linguistic studies of modality, as noted by Sulkunnen and Torronen (), can be located in a variety ofFile Size: KB. The analytic–synthetic distinction (also called the analytic–synthetic dichotomy) is a semantic distinction, used primarily in philosophy to distinguish propositions (in particular, statements that are affirmative subject–predicate judgments) into two types: analytic propositions and synthetic ic propositions are true by virtue of their meaning, while synthetic. Christina E. Kramer is associate professor of Slavic languages at the University of Toronto. She is the author of Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students and Analytic Modality in Macedonian and the co-editor of Language Contact--Language Conflict. Grace E. Fielder is professor of Balkan and South Slavic linguistics in the Russian and Slavic Department at the University of.
Content Edna Andrews: A Synchronic Semantic Analysis of the Preverbs o- and ob- in Modern Serbo-Croatian; Sam Beck: Ethnicity, Class, and Public Policy: Tsiganii/Gypsies in Socialist Romania; Masha Belyavski-Frank: On the Status of Three Modal Auxiliaries in Balkan Slavic and Romance; Gary Bevington: On Classifying Albanian Verbs; Henry R. Cooper, Jr.: Andric's Four-and-a-Half Novels. In general, modality can be categorized into epistemic, and non-epistemic (Depraetere and Reed, ), or agent-oriented (Bybee and Fleishman, ), root (Coates, ), deontic and dynamic. Analytic definition, pertaining to or proceeding by analysis (opposed to synthetic). See more. Bibliography. What follows below is a selection of papers on the epistemology of modality as discussed in the 20 th century. Most of the papers are from the time period after Kripke’s seminal Naming and is important to note that because the epistemology of modality is a subarea of the philosophy of modality one can get a better grasp on the epistemology by also engaging the.