Monopersonal

Mon`o`per´son`al


a.1.Having but one person, or form of existence.
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Wollants distinguishes between what he refers to as a monopersonal approach and a "therapy of the situation.
monopersonal verbs subdivide into two classes, depending on whether the verb takes a controlling or non-controlling single core argument (also called semantic alignment system, cf.
Unfortunately for the reader he does not explicitly declare his agreement with the Monopersonal position until the very last chapter.