Glossary of Linguistic Terms

Evidence Relation

Evidence Relation

An evidence relation is a logical relation in which a proposition(s) are intended to increase the addressee's assurance of another proposition(s).

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  • It must be cold outside; the pond is frozen over.
Page/s: 10
Source: Mann and Thompson 1987b

Mann, William C., and Sandra A. Thompson. 1987b.Rhetorical structure theory: A theory of text organization. Marina del Rey, CA: Information Sciences Institute.

Page/s: 192–193
Source: Fleming 1988

Fleming, Ilah. 1988.Communication analysis: A stratificational approach. A field guide for communication situation, semantic, and morphemic analysis. Volume 2. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Page/s: 171–172
Source: Dijk 1981

Dijk, Teun van. 1981.Studies in the pragmatics of discourse. The Hague: Mouton.

Page/s: 106–107
Source: Beekman, Callow, and Kopesec 1981

Beekman, John, John Callow, and Michael Kopesec. 1981.The semantic structure of written communication. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

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