Space in Tense

The interaction of tense, aspect, evidentiality and speech acts in Korean

| Pusan National University
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This monograph explores the tense, aspect, mood, and evidentiality of Korean, which has a rich verbal inflectional system, and proposes novel treatments within the framework of compositional semantics. One of the major contributions is the demonstration that Korean has two types of deictic tense—simple deictic and spatial deictic tense. Spatial deictic tense refers to the notion of the speaker’s ‘perceptual field’ (or deictic range), as well as to temporality, functioning to set up a condition for a systematic evidential distinction. The research in this volume shows that the basic paradigm of evidentiality of Korean derives from the standard TMA system combined with the notion of space. This volume also shows that perfect and past tense utilize different primitives. The intended readership of this volume extends beyond Koreanists to scholars interested specifically in tense, mood, aspect, and evidentiality as well as in general theories of grammar and semantics-pragmatics.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 189]  2012.  xvii, 292 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
xi–xii
List of tables
xiii–xiv
List of figures
xv–xvi
Abbreviations
xvii–xviii
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–20
Chapter 2. Deictic and non-deictic tenses in Korean
21–54
Chapter 3. Semantics and pragmatics of the perfect (anterior)
55–88
Chapter 4. Spatial deictic tense
89–124
Chapter 5. Evidentials in Korean
125–198
Chapter 6. Evidential vs. non-evidential sentences
199–226
Chapter 7. Conclusions and further issues
227–276
Bibliography
277–284
Author index
285–286
Language index
287–288
Subject index
289–292
“This book provides an original and coherent analysis of a major part of the Korean tense/aspect/evidentiality system. In spite of a large prior literature on these issues, many problems have remained unsolved. Kyung-Sook Chung’s book contributes novel empirical findings, as well as new analytical insights which have implications not just for Korean, but for natural language more generally.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2GK – Linguistics/Korean
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2012012719 | Marc record