"Future" Show Notes and Credits
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Mark Sundaram, The Conceptualisation of Futurity in Old English (diss., 2003)
Suzanne Fleischman, The Future in Thought and Language (1982)
Leslie K. Arnovick, The Development of Future Constructions in English (1990)
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Seán G. Roberts, James Winters, Keith Chen, “Future Tense and Economic Decisions: Controlling for Cultural Evolution” PLoS ONE 10.7 (2015): e0132145
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