This paper intends to provide an insight into the current functions of different desiderative
markers used in contemporary Meadow Mari.
For Ibn Taymiyya, however, reason was intimately connected to our human nature, our fitra, and that nature is essentially desiderative
: for Ibn Taymiyya, utility forms both the basis of value and the most important human motive for action.
List of Abbreviations 1 first person pronoun LOC locative 2 second person pronoun NEG negative 3 third person pronoun NMLZ nominaliser ABL ablative NON.FUT non-future ADDIT additive NP Noun phrase ALIEN alienable O object of a transitive clause APPL applicative POSTP postpositional phrase BEN benefactive POSTP postposition COM comitative PROG progressive DEF definite REC reciprocal DES desiderative
REFL reflexive DUB dubitative REIT reiterative ERG ergative SEQ sequential action EXCL exclusive SOC.CAUS sociative causative GEN genitive S propositional structure (in tree structure) IMP imperative S subject of an instransitive clause INCL inclusive VP verb phrase INSTR instrumental V verb References
(9) Indeed, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as the seat of passions, feelings, and desires is the root idea in both the denominations of the spirited and desiderative
'parts' of the irrational soul [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as opposed to reason [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in book IV.
In appraisal theory, a grammatical distinction is constructed between desiderative
future or intended versus experienced emotive mental processes.
Nous ne sommes pas uniquement ouverts a la realite sensible de l'objet, nous sommes elances Vers l'objet d'une facon desiderative
. Pour la conscience de soi l'objet depourvu de memete est la-bas pour etre devore et detruit dans le mouvement du desir qui a pour but la satisfaction egoiste.
Furthermore, they are able to manage an emotional and desiderative
balance that avoids the mental consequences of repression, denial, anxieties, fears, and other excesses.
Jenkins (48n17) instead refers to Bendall and Rouse's translation; their translation suggests that the first phrase refers more clearly to poverty alleviation than it actually does, by rendering it "When any are hungry he gives them the best food." Santideva's term is jighatsita, a desiderative
from Vghas "eat," rather than a term deriving from Vksudh, the root more commonly used for hunger, especially the kind of chronic hunger that could come from poverty.
In order: Stephen Engstrom carefully examines Kant's conception of the will as it relates to reason and the desiderative
economy of human life.