between national and international dialogues is another reality of the current ecumenical scene.
As we can see from this small number of examples, it is not clear at all why the concepts of transitivity and intransitivity
are used if they cannot be reliable characteristics for choosing the right auxiliary verb.
As Frances Kamm has argued, intransitivity
can be justified by our
in Japanese and the unaccusative hypothesis.
A sampling of topics: the role of compound pragmatic markers in the construction of Catalan oral narrative, analyzing narrative informativeness in speech and writing, mental spaces and mental verbs in early child English, French split intransitivity
, metaphors and similes in spoken news discourse, and "superschemas" and the grammar of metaphorical mappings.
One can read this as a contradiction, as any claim to intransitivity
on the part of a text must be taken as rhetorical.
Numbers, in their radical intransitivity
, are somehow able to haunt the stability of the ego.
An analysis of the verb wreck restricted to syntax alone will not resolve the transitivity or intransitivity
of the use of this verb in this poem.
Extensional complexity, which the scalar hierarchy models, refers to a part to whole nested hierarchy characterized by intransitivity
across levels, i.
185) Our everyday talk habitually hops around and between various abstract words and, in doing so, we leave such intransitivity
The only incoherence it introduces is the incoherence of intransitivity
Awareness of the potential for intransitivity
of social choice under majority rule dates, at least, to the work of Marquis de Condorcet in the late eighteenth century.