David Yoon on the Perfect Tense - 1 Cor 7:14

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Re: David Yoon on the Perfect Tense - 1 Cor 7:14

Post by Stirling Bartholomew » June 13th, 2020, 8:31 pm

Shouldn't give the impression that I picked up ideas simply from reading. I was working with AI people for over a decade. My introduction to what some people call "cognitive" was over a Mexican lunch with Randy Groves a UNIX SysAd for the AI group. He just explained the concepts without mentioning the framework. It was more than a decade later reading about the Biblical Hebrew Semantic Domains project that I discovered these ideas being used for biblical language research.
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Re: David Yoon on the Perfect Tense - 1 Cor 7:14

Post by Matthew Longhorn » June 14th, 2020, 6:14 am

Thanks for the input all
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Re: David Yoon on the Perfect Tense - 1 Cor 7:14

Post by Stephen Carlson » June 14th, 2020, 7:22 pm

Matthew Longhorn wrote:
June 13th, 2020, 8:58 am
Another weigh in on the perfect tense form - this time by David I. Yoon from McMaster, coming down on the side of stative aspect. Just got flagged by my google alerts

https://www.bskorea.or.kr/data/pdf/46-1 ... 0Yoon).pdf

Of interest it references the semi-mythical notion of a volume from Peter Lang based off the 2013 conferene with Buist Fanning, Stanley Porter and Constantine Campbell... I would love to see this come out, but I have heard about it for so many years now I am beginning to think it is a literary unicorn!
I find it odd that he cites Fanning's essay in The Greek Verb Revisited but not the chapters in the book that actually deal with the perfect.
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