jussive


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Such detachment between nomos and episteme is not simply political, but also ontological: knowledge exists apart from the law, independently from its enactment or codification, which also means that the sequential dimension of arkhe is not tied to the jussive character of arkhe.
Livonian has a suppletive negative auxiliary verb with paradigms in the present indicative, past indicative, imperative, and jussive, cf.
22) Examples of other such features are the frequency of the Imperative, or the Jussive (apart from the one case above), preference for using sa- or saw/a as a particle expressing future, or the use of 'a- or hal as interrogative marker.
The indirect mode of reporting or the reportive nature of information rendered by a sentence is expressed by the quotative mood; the reportive nature of a command is expressed by the jussive (Erelt et al.
The verb forms belonging to the latter set take one of three endings: Indicative, Subjunctive and Jussive, whose typical surface realizations are u, a and O (absence of vowel) respectively.
2 is unmistakably one of exhortation (with three jussive subjunctives: condiscat, vexet, and agat): this is how the puer should behave, this is who he should be.
Un buon esempio e permulceam, che assieme a conseram e considerato da Harrison e Winterbottom un "mildly jussive subjunctive" (p.
Jussives: The same applies to the jussive, which I convey as "let it" or "let him" or "let them" or "let there be" or "may he" or "may they.
In the last lines of a poem whose revelations have been so terrible that the decorum of closure seems impossible, Scott speaks in the jussive subjunctive of Genesis: "let there be the courage / not just to have seen//but to ease into the world / the unreal / breathing within us.
lxvii) use of the apocopated, so-called jussive forms of hayah, he fails to observe that most of the examples occur in subordinate clauses, or other situations in which Western languages would avoid use of an indicative tense.
The higher preference for shall (used many times in the jussive sense) is meant to show a clear and unwavering commitment on the part of the candidates to solve the social problems.
By way of correction I can offer only the thought that the word comprimat in the third line of Musae Jovis is a jussive subjunctive (|let .