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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: De Gruyter Incorporated, Walter
This book straddles the border between linguistics and philosophy to address, on a sound interdisciplinary basis, the narrative-theoretical issue of proximal vs. distal stance adoption. In languages with no grammaticalized evidential systems, the epistemological structure of discourse underlying perspectival oppositions is heavily dependent on the self-expression of language-using personae and must thereby be inferred from a well-defined set of sur face markers. For that matter, the book provides an in-depth formal semantic account of tense, aspect and Aktionsart, supported by the cognitive processes inherent in eventuality-description types.Linhares-Dias, Rui is the author of 'How to Show Things with Words A Study on Logic, Language and Literature', published 2006 under ISBN 9783110179958 and ISBN 3110179954.
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