- Title Pages
- Part I Tense, Aspect, and Modals: Their Categorial Status and Cross-linguistic Variation
- Chapter One TAM Coding and Temporal Interpretation in West African Languages
- Chapter Two Modals: Meaning Categories?
- Chapter Three Epistemic Future and Epistemic MUST: Nonveridicality, Evidence, and Partial Knowledge
- Part II <i>Irrealis</i> Moods: Subjunctive and Imperative
- Chapter Four On Finiteness and the Left Periphery: Focusing on Subjunctive
- Chapter Five Evaluative Subjunctive and Nonveridicality
- Chapter Six The Essence of a Category: Lessons from the Subjunctive
- Chapter Seven Imperatives as (Non-)modals
- Chapter Eight Approaching the Morphosyntax and Semantics of Mood
- Part III Aspectual Recursion and Aspectual Coercion
- Chapter Nine Aspectual Composition and Recursion
- Chapter Ten Can Semantic Theories Be Tested Experimentally?
- Chapter Eleven Aspectual Coercion versus Blocking
- About the Editors
- About the Contributors
- Mood, Aspect, Modality Revisited
- Joanna Błaszczak, Anastasia Giannakidou, Dorota Klimek -Jankowska, Krzysztof Migdalski
- University of Chicago Press
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