that in most cases, the conjuncts
will multiply out to less than a 0.
The other types of obligatory XVS structures, namely inverted structures triggered by enumerative listing conjuncts
(77 tokens) and by anaphoric or additive such as so, neither, or nor (58 tokens) are found more rarely.
1st person plural pronoun is semantically equal to the joint effect/meaning of the two conjuncts
If case can be assigned to one of the conjuncts
, it is not clear why this assignment could be blocked for the other conjunct
The tables above show that the participants in the experimental group used mainly subordinators and conjuncts
to express opposition of ideas in their discourse (12 and 18 occurrences, respectively, which constitute 69% of the total instances of lexical and syntactic devices used).
As all parties should agree, if God is the source of the Rossian principle, there will be a further principle along the lines of that if God commands some act, then we are morally obligated, in virtue of that, to do it (this is the second conjunct
of the second formulation of the DCT above).
Under this interpretation, McTaggart's Incompatibility Thesis fails, because as we utter the conjuncts
of a conjunction, or the premises and conclusion of an argument, time flows--we are not considering point-tokens that are all uttered at the same point-like moment of time, but rather are considering real world tokens that take space and time to utter.
The first conjunct
of the first premise in Heck's argument is that conceptual states satisfy the Generality Constraint.
In case of gapping, the conceptual content underlying the verb is shared between conjuncts
Thus, in the contrastive version, the first conjunct
has a rising tone, while the second is falling:
his natal Mercury and Sun in the years 2003, 2004, and 2005 so next year predicts radical unwanted change for him.
Thus in Tamil-Brahmi we find a system that seems to be taking steps towards full alphabetization at certain points in its history, but that instead of turning into a true alphabet develops into a modified variety of the abugida or Indic alphasyllabic type that remains in use in modern Tamil, where the vowel-canceling pulli obviates the need for the complex and sometimes cumbersome consonantal conjuncts
used in most other Indic scripts.