The Grammar of Dispositions

Dispositions differ from other properties like color or shape, in that they are modal: the actual behavior of a vase does not determine its fragility, rather, a vase is fragile if and only if it is disposed to shutter when struck. This issue is a one-stop resource for researchers interested in the analysis of linguistic descriptions of dispositional properties.

Guest Editors: Tillmann Pross, Fabienne Martin, Marcel Pitteroff


Research

  • 1 

Downloads

Collections