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Sur les expressions de sentiment en grec ancien

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This paper deals with psychological predicates in Ancient Greek. The corpus is composed of sentences found in a representative collection of Ancient Greek texts, in which nouns designating psychological states show predicative function. Some lexical-syntactic properties here accounted for concern specifically psychological constructions; others more generically refer to the Ancient Greek morphosyntax: in particular the domain of nominal sentences and that of lexical-syntactic expression of the opposition middle vs. non-middle. Differences and similarities with other Indo-European languages, such as Sanskrit and Italian, are also mentioned.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-01-01

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