- Title Pages
Part ITense, Aspect, and Modals: Their Categorial Status and Cross-linguistic Variation
Chapter OneTAM Coding and Temporal Interpretation in West African Languages
Chapter TwoModals: Meaning Categories?
Chapter ThreeEpistemic Future and Epistemic MUST: Nonveridicality, Evidence, and Partial Knowledge
Part IIIrrealis Moods: Subjunctive and Imperative
Chapter FourOn Finiteness and the Left Periphery: Focusing on Subjunctive
Chapter FiveEvaluative Subjunctive and Nonveridicality
Chapter SixThe Essence of a Category: Lessons from the Subjunctive
Chapter SevenImperatives as (Non-)modals
Chapter EightApproaching the Morphosyntax and Semantics of Mood
Part IIIAspectual Recursion and Aspectual Coercion
Chapter NineAspectual Composition and Recursion
Chapter TenCan Semantic Theories Be Tested Experimentally?
Chapter ElevenAspectual Coercion versus Blocking
- About the Editors
- About the Contributors
- Mood, Aspect, Modality Revisited
- University of Chicago Press
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