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serving as or based on evidence

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"Evidendiality in English Conversation and Academic Writing." In Evidentiality: The Linguistic Coding of Epistemology, edited by Wallace Chafe and Johanna Nichols, 261-272.
Linguists explore issues pertaining to the expression of epistemic modality and evidentiality in relation to other linguistic categories and notions in the languages of Europe and the world from different angles and perspectives.
Functional convergence in the tense, evidentiality and aspectual systems of Quechua Spanish bilinguals.
(2016) "The Relevance of Evidentiality for Ancient Greek: Some Explorative Steps through Plato", Journal of Greek Linguistics 16: 3-46.
Epistemic modality and evidentiality and their determination on a deictic basis.
He is currently working on the project "Evidentiality and Epistemicity in Texts of Evaluative Discourse Genres.
It discusses a number of issues which are central to the understanding of epistemic modality, such as its relation to evidentiality, subjectivity, and objectivity.
A evidencialidade (evidentiality) e uma categoria gramatical que se refere a fonte de informacao sobre a qual uma afirmacao e baseada.
"Styles of stance in English: lexical and grammatical marking of evidentiality and affect".
Loughnane, 2012, "The New Guinea Highlands Evidentiality Area", Linguistic Typology, vol.
Exploring male and female voices through epistemic modality and evidentiality in some modern english travel texts on the canaries.
Inagaki, Kazuya 2013 TAME indicators in Kadorih, In: John Bowden, ed., Tense, Aspect, Mood and Evidentiality in the Languages of Indonesia, NUSA 55: 95-121.
Whereas Chen's stripped-down bare-boned hands encode a resolute belief in the ability to overcome China's crisis through the powers of a technologically mediated epistemology of visuality and Enlightenment empiricism, Lin's disappearing hands question the evidentiality of the visual.