By the way…

For those who skipped over the nonsensically long post before this one, I successfully defended my thesis on August 26th and passed pending the correction of my excessive typos…which I then fixed correctly. No other revisions. I will be uploading it to Academia.edu at some point this fall once I finish my current blog series on linguistic adequacy and Greek grammars.

The official title is:

THE GREEK PERFECT AND THE CATEGORIZATION OF TENSE AND ASPECT: TOWARD A DESCRIPTIVE APPARATUS FOR OPERATORS IN ROLE AND REFERENCE GRAMMAR

The unofficial title that I wish I had used, but didn’t think of in time is:

PROTOTYPES IN LANGUAGE, TYPOLOGY, AND GRAMMAR: AN INTEGRATIVE MODEL FOR TENSE AND ASPECT OPERATORS IN ROLE AND REFERENCE GRAMMAR WITH REFERENCE TO THE KOINE GREEK PERFECT

I’d say that’s much more accurate description of what I’m actually doing in my thesis. Anyway. It’s finally done.

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