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In its boldest and baldest form the rule of the sequence sim ply says that in subjunctive subordinate clauses primary tenses fol low primary and secondary follow secondary, leaving a natural im... Læs mere

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In its boldest and baldest form the rule of the sequence s... Læs mere

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In its boldest and baldest form the rule of the sequence sim ply says that in subjunctive subordinate clauses primary tenses fol low primary and secondary follow secondary, leaving a natural impression that the tenses of the subjunctive are meaningless and depend only formally on the tense of the main verb. This form of the doctrine is the one which Professor Hale set out to attack espe cially. It is safe to say that no one now advocates such a doctrine. Every one admits that the tenses of the subjunctive have some meaning, though there might be a difference of opinion as to the amount and kind of this meaning.* It is an undoubted fact that the tenses of the subjunctive do follow this rule in the great major ity of cases. No One is prepared to say how far this is due to the logical relation of ideas in the sentence, as expressed by tense, and how far it is due to a mechanical blurring of these relationships by a formal sequence of tense. This is the question to the solution of which this paper is intended to contribute.

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