Formal Approaches to Modality

@inproceedings{Kaufmann2005FormalAT,
  title={Formal Approaches to Modality},
  author={Stefan Kaufmann and Cleo Condoravdi and Valentina S. Harizanov},
  year={2005}
}
1. Modal logic Modal notions are pervasive in the meaning of a wide range of expressions from grammatical categories, such as tenses, to the lexical semantics of particular words, such as modal adverbials (probably, necessarily) and modal auxiliaries (must, may, can). The best known modalities are the alethic 1 modalities necessary and possible. Other modalities include temporal, de-ontic, epistemic, and doxastic ones, and modalities pertaining to disposition, ability, provability, mood, aspect… CONTINUE READING

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