Re: [tied] future (the shape of things to come)

From: Piotr Gasiorowski
Message: 18338
Date: 2003-01-31

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Subject: Re: [tied] future (the shape of things to come)

> The examples above show that there are also other ways of representing {future}, namely, {"having come"} => {future} and {"arrival"} => {future}. Of course, they are derived from the very same idea of motion along the time axis (possibly spatialized), just the perspective is different.

I know it's the same idea. My examples were intended as a corroboration of what you had said, not of the cautious reservation I made in the first sentence :-)