Because and although: a case of duality? *

@inproceedings{Iten1997BecauseAA,
  title={Because and although: a case of duality? *},
  author={Corinne Iten},
  year={1997}
}
I would like to thank Robyn Carston for her constructive criticism, moral support, many helpful suggestions and enjoyable discussions. Obviously, any mistakes are my own. Abstract König (1989) argues that there is a relation of duality between concessive and causal constructions. Therefore, he maintains, any account of the meaning of causal connectives like because, via duality, also provides an account of the meaning of concessive connectives such as although. This paper lists a number of… CONTINUE READING

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